[2008] EWCA Crim 3317

Where an offender convicted of possessing a firearm with intent and wounding with intent had been found to be dangerous a sentence of imprisonment for public protection was required: a minimum term of six years was appropriate where the impact of the offences had been to cause serious physical and mental harm to the victims and the offender had a record of previous convictions for offences with serious aggravating features.

CA (Crim Div) (Maurice Kay LJ, Silber J, Judge Stokes QC Recorder of Nottingham )


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