A minimum term of 11 years and three months was set following a conviction for murder where there were no aggravating features under the Criminal Justice Act 2003 Sch.21 para.10 but there were mitigating features, including an absence of intention to kill, the offender's age and that the offender had made exceptional progress following his conviction.

[2006] EWHC 473 (QB)

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