||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 50 (Aug)
||Court of Appeal, Criminal Division
Rose LJ, Buckley and Curtis JJ
||12 August 2002
Sentencing - Robbery - Attempted robbery - Aggravating features - Whether sentences unduly lenient.
On a reference by the Attorney General, the court quashed the sentences imposed by the trial judge on three offenders. With regard to the first offender, a sentence of three years and nine months' imprisonment would be imposed following a guilty plea to a charge of robbery. In respect of the second and third offenders, the court had regard to the fact that they acted jointly and accordingly imposed on each a sentence of four years' imprisonment for attempted robbery.
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