Attorney General’s Reference (No. 82 of 2002): CA 2003

Where a defendant was thought to have committed a wide range of offences but faced only representative charges, then provided that the admitted basis on which an offender pleads guilty embraces that wider course of conduct, it was proper for a sentencing judge to proceed to pass sentence on that basis


Vice-President, Rose LJ


[2003] 2 Cr App R (S) 115


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedTovey and Another v Regina CACD 9-Mar-2005
Each defendant appealed sentences where he had committed a series of offences and the sentence had been for specimen acts.
Held: When choosing representative offences a prosecutor should be careful to try to give the court a proper picture of . .
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Criminal Sentencing

Updated: 06 May 2022; Ref: scu.224231