A minimum term of 12 years' imprisonment was imposed on an offender convicted of murdering his wife. The trial judge, in recommending a term of 12 years, had given sufficient weight to the offender's mental state and had correctly assessed his remorse and distress.

[2005] EWHC 2649 (QB)

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