The claimant committed ten rapes. He was sentenced to 21 years with four years extended sentence. He claimed it was discriminatory since he would lose a right to early release.
Held: The High Court dismissed his claim, but granted a certificate permitting Mr Stott to appeal directly to the Supreme Court.
Sir Brian Leveson P QBD, William Davis J
 EWHC 214 (Admin)
England and Wales
Appeal from – Stott, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for Justice SC 28-Nov-2018
The prisoner was subject to an extended determinate sentence (21 years plus 4) for 10 offences of rape. He complained that as such he would only be eligible for parole after serving two thirds of his sentence rather than one third, and said that . .
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Updated: 19 October 2021; Ref: scu.575300