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Regina v Scammell: CACD 15 Nov 1996

Appeal against sentence for threats to kill and false imprisonment (six years) – Dismissed Citations: [1996] EWCA Crim 1448, [1996] EWCA Crim 1447 Statutes: Criminal Justice Act 1991 2(2)(b) Criminal Sentencing Updated: 12 April 2022; Ref: scu.149112

Regina v Everleigh: CACD 16 May 2001

Sentences extended under the section should not be imposed consecutively with other sentences imposed at the same time, though this might be possible where the other sentence had been previously imposed. Although the authorities were difficult to reconcile, there was no illogicality in imposing extended sentences consecutive to other sentences, where for example, the sentencing … Continue reading Regina v Everleigh: CACD 16 May 2001

Clingham (formerly C (a minor)) v Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; Regina v Crown Court at Manchester Ex parte McCann and Others: HL 17 Oct 2002

The applicants had been made subject of anti-social behaviour orders. They challenged the basis upon which the orders had been made. Held: The orders had no identifiable consequences which would make the process a criminal one. Civil standards of evidence therefore applied, and hearsay evidence was admissible. Nevertheless, the test as to whether it was … Continue reading Clingham (formerly C (a minor)) v Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; Regina v Crown Court at Manchester Ex parte McCann and Others: HL 17 Oct 2002