[2012] EWCA Crim 3199

The court quashed a sentence of 14 months' imprisonment imposed after an offender's guilty plea to outraging public decency by taking video footage underneath women's skirts without their knowledge. A community order with a requirement to attend a sex offender programme was more likely to lead to the offender's rehabilitation than a custodial sentence and would therefore best serve the interests of the public.

CA (Crim Div) (Moore-Bick LJ, Kenneth Parker J, Judge Goss QC (Recorder of Newcastle))


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