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Licence Issues

Our prison law experts are at the forefront of developments in this area of law and regularly challenge the Ministry of Justice and other authorities.
Our specialist prison law solicitors are here to provide thorough and confidential legal advice.

Our prison law solicitors are more than happy to answer your queries and assist you with your matter should you choose to instruct us.

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We can assist with challenging licence conditions set once released from custody.
We will look to see whether a licence condition is both necessary and proportionate in its application and whether it can be reasonably challenged.

Get in contact if you feel that your licence conditions are stringent and we will endeavour to give you some advice in relation to this, and whether we can assist you in your challenge.

Why Choose Youngs’ Prison Law Solicitors?

Youngs Law are at the forefront of advocating prisoner rights and challenging the authorities.  We regularly represent clients at parole hearings, category A reviews, and much more, all over the country, and are committed to ensuring the best possible service for our clients.

We can assist with a range of prison law matters, some funded by legal aid and some outside of scope, and have expert solicitors on hand ready to fight your corner.

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For further information and confidential advice from our team of specialist solicitors, please contact a member of our team or call us on

033 33 582 580

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