||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 95 (Jan)
|| EWHC 3266 (QB)
||Queen's Bench Division
||17 December 2009
Sentence - Detention - Detention at Her Majesty's pleasure - Murder - Tariff expiry date - Offender sentenced to detention - Minimum term of detention varied by Court of Appeal, Criminal Division, to nine years in light of offenders' response to custody and exceptional progress to address offending - Whether tariff expiry date to be further varied.
Sentence Detention. The Queen's Bench Division held that the offender's tariff expiry date would not be varied on the basis of the exceptional progress and related considerations made by the offender. The balance of the reports in relation to the offender had not suggested that further detention would lead to such a risk of regression as to require a substantially reduced tariff.
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