In setting a minimum term on a mandatory life sentence for murder, a judge had erred in leaving the offender's anti-social personality disorder entirely out of account. The personality disorder was capable of being and was a relevant mitigating factor within the Criminal Justice Act 2003 Sch.21.

CA (Crim Div) (Davis LJ, Andrew Smith J, Jeremy Baker J)

25/04/2013

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