[2013] EWHC 1750 (Admin)

The Secretary of State for Justice, when imposing conditions in a release licence, was not bound by what a sentencing judge had said with regard to the terms of a sexual offences prevention order he was making, nor was he required to have regard to those terms. In the instant case, it was neither unlawful nor disproportionate to impose restrictions on a release licence where those restrictions had not been imposed on the earlier prevention order.

QBD (Admin) (Supperstone J)


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