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R v CAROL COLLIER (2012)

PUBLISHED September 13, 2012
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[2012] EWCA Crim 2219

Concurrent sentences of 15 months' imprisonment imposed following convictions for five counts of converting criminal property and one of possessing criminal property were replaced with concurrent sentences each comprising 51 weeks' imprisonment suspended for two years together with a six-month curfew requirement where the offender was the sole full-time carer of her seriously ill husband and where, given further information that had become available, justice could be done and it was better for the innocent third parties involved and society more generally if the offender was released to resume care.

CA (Crim Div) (Pitchford LJ, Simon J, Underhill J)

13/09/2012

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