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R v MITTU BEDI (2009)

PUBLISHED June 19, 2009
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[2009] EWCA Crim 2943

Whilst a judge had been right to rule that an offender being sentenced for an offence of wounding with intent committed whilst in a depressive state posed a substantial risk of being a danger to the public, he had been wrong to impose a sentence of imprisonment for public protection. An extended sentence comprising five years and six months' imprisonment with a term of extended licence of four years was substituted.

CA (Crim Div) (Richards LJ, Gloster J DBE, Blake J)

19/06/2009

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