Practice and Procedure

IN THE MATTER OF PETER LAWRENCE MANN (2007)

PUBLISHED February 9, 2007
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[2007] EWHC 174 (QB)

A minimum term of 12 years' imprisonment for murder was appropriate where, whilst there was substantial mitigation in the offender's case, the aggravating features of dumping the deceased's body and evading capture were serious ones.

QBD (Dobbs J)

09/02/2007

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