The normal course for the Court of Appeal of Trinidad and Tobago, if it intended to vary the sentence under the Supreme Court of Judicature Act Trinidad and Tobago 1980 s.44(3), was to consider the correctness of the judge's sentence, decide whether it should be varied, give leave to appeal against sentence, quash the judge's sentence, and substitute a varied sentence.

[2005] UKPC 11

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