[2013] EWCA Crim 1905

A sentencing judge had not erred by imposing an unusually wide restraining order on an offender, which excluded her from the area in which her elderly mother lived and in which she herself had lived prior to sentencing, following her conviction for offences relating to a sustained course of harassment. The judge had in mind the competing rights of the offender and her victim, had applied the correct test of necessity and had concluded that the order was proportionate.

CA (Crim Div) (Davis LJ, Spencer J, Judge Rook QC)


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