Imprisonment and prisoner rights


Contributor: Richard Edney, Barrister

Imprisonment is the removal of a person’s right to freedom for a set period of time. The removal of this right does not mean that prisoners have no rights. Prisoners have many rights and the best way to ensure these rights are not violated is to know your rights. This section includes the following topics:


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