Attorney General’s Reference (Nos 8, 9 and 10 of 2002) (Mohammed and others): CACD 2003

The problem of an Attorney General’s Reference against the background of a judicial indication that there might be some non-custodial disposal is one which has troubled this Court on a number of occasions in the past.


Kennedy LJ


[2003] 1 Cr App R (S) 272


England and Wales


CitedAttorney General’s Reference Nos 86 and 87 of 1999 CACD 2001
The Court considered authorities in relation to prosecution appeals against a sentence imposed by the judge where that judge had given an indication of the likely sentence: ‘. . we consider that where an indication is given by a trial judge as to . .

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CitedAttorney General’s Reference (Number 8 of 2004) (Dawson and Others) CANI 15-Apr-2005
Defendants had been convicted of offences involving supply of cannabis and cocaine, including the evasion of import controls and conspiracy. The sentences were appealed as too lenient.
Held: Where a prosecutor was aware that a plea of guilty . .
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