Practice and Procedure

R v LYLA TURNER (2010)

PUBLISHED November 23, 2010

[2010] EWCA Crim 2897

A sentence of 14 months' imprisonment was appropriate in the case of a woman who had pleaded guilty to nine counts of dishonestly using or furnishing a document affecting entitlement to housing and council tax benefit; the dishonesty was on a grand scale and had lasted for over six years.

CA (Crim Div) (Gross LJ, Ramsey J, MacDuff J)