Practice and Procedure

R V (1) ANDREW ROSS WHITE (2) NEIL MCKINNON (2002)

PUBLISHED December 5, 2002
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[2002] EWCA Crim 2952

A sentence for failing to surrender to bail should always be served consecutively to any other sentence imposed at the same time for another offence. Where a very long sentence was imposed for a substantial offence in terms of years, it was for an individual trial judge to consider whether the sentence should be served concurrently.

CA (Crim Div) (Kennedy LJ, Sachs J, Hallett J)

05/12/2002

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