[2013] EWCA Crim 2585

Where an offender subject to a suspended sentence for drug offences re-offended within the operational period and was convicted of grievous bodily harm, the fact that the new offence was of a different category from the previous offence was no good ground for objecting to activation of the suspended sentence. The fact that he had complied with supervision requirements attached to the suspended sentence was not sufficient to justify activating only part of it.

CA (Crim Div) (Jackson LJ, Holroyde J, Judge Milford QC)


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