Regina v Martin (PHS): CACD 5 Nov 1998

When sentencing for explosives offence, the court should allow for a comparison with sentencing for aggravated murder offences (20-30 years), but also allow for whether loss of life was intended.
Times 05-Nov-1998, [1998] EWCA Crim 3046
Explosives Act 1883 3
England and Wales
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CitedRegina v Barot CACD 16-May-2007
The defendant had been convicted of a conspiracy to commit terrorist acts, though no violence had been undertaken. He appealed a life sentence with a minimum term of forty years.
Held: The minimum term should be reduced to thirty years. The . .

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Updated: 08 April 2021; Ref: scu.87285