[2007] EWHC 989 (QB)

A minimum term of 11 years' imprisonment was appropriate where the offender had murdered a man he lived with following a drunken altercation. Mitigating factors included the absence of an intention to kill, the spontaneity of the attack and the fact that it involved an overreaction in self-defence.

QBD (Rafferty J)

17/05/2007

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