[2012] EWCA Crim 2270

A sentence of four years' imprisonment imposed following a guilty plea to robbery was neither wrong in principle nor manifestly excessive. The offender's knowledge of the victim's disability and his subsequent attempt to persuade him to remain silent about the offence or not to pursue his complaint about it were aggravating features and the judge had been justified in taking a starting point of six years.

CA (Crim Div) (Aikens LJ, Holroyde J, Judge Rook QC)


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