Regina v King: CACD 1985

The court considered the effect on sentencing of the co-operation of the defendant in providing useful information to the police.


(1985) 7 Crim App R (S) 227, [1986] 82 CAR 120

Cited by:

CitedP, Regina v; Regina v Blackburn CACD 22-Oct-2007
Whilst awaiting trial, P had offered evidence against others on other serious crimes. On conviction, the judge was supplied with a statement explaining his assistance. He now appealed sentence of 17 years imprisonment for assorted serious drugs . .
CitedAXN v The Queen CACD 27-May-2016
The defendant argued that greater note should have been taken on his sentencing to allow for the assistance he had given to the police after his arrest.
Held: The current accepted practice is that the text of the letter from the police to the . .
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Criminal Sentencing

Updated: 14 May 2022; Ref: scu.253702