Case Comment: R (M) v Parole Board – No anonymity for convicted child killer – Edward Craven

29 05 2013

David McGreavyIn R (M) v Parole Board [2013] EWHC 1360 the High Court held the media should be free to identify a convicted murderer who brought judicial review proceedings challenging a Parole Board decision that he must remain in closed prison conditions. The case is an example of the need for judicial vigilance whenever parties agree that anonymity is appropriate. Read the rest of this entry »