Prisoner who has served 11 years on 10-month sentence 'to be released'

James Ward’s family say he was ‘left to rot’ after public protection sentence for arson in 2006, but has now been granted parole

A prisoner who has served 11 years in jail after initially being sentenced to a minimum of less than one is to be released, his family said.

James Ward, who was given a sentence to imprisonment for public protection (IPP) with a minimum of 10 months to be served for arson in 2006, has been granted parole and will be released within weeks, according to his family.

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