[2012] EWCA Crim 135

A minimum term of 18 years' imprisonment imposed on an offender following his plea of guilty to murder and the imposition of a life sentence was not unduly lenient. Whilst, to reflect the significant premeditation, the starting point should have been higher, the failure to adopt a higher starting point did not render the sentence unduly lenient.

CA (Crim Div) (Hooper LJ, Hickinbottom J, Judge Warwick McKinnon (Recorder of Croydon))


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