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R v DANIEL JOHN ARCHER (2007)

PUBLISHED February 14, 2007
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[2007] EWCA Crim 536

A minimum term of 30 years was reduced to 25 years in relation to a sentence of life imprisonment imposed on a 55-year-old offender following his conviction for murder on the basis that there was a risk of his dying in prison before he became eligible for parole and his age should have been treated as a mitigating factor.

CA (Crim Div) (Latham LJ (VP CA Crim), Forbes J, Burton J)

14/02/2007

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