||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 78 (Sep)
|| EWCA Crim 2093
||Court of Appeal, Criminal Division
Gibbs and Henriques JJ
||Christopher Williams (assigned by the Registrar of Criminal Appeals) for the defendant.
||31 July 2002
Sentencing - Procedure - Multiple offences - Custodial sentence - Totality - Whether defendant ought to be sentenced for multiple offences on one occasion in single court - Whether sentence manifestly excessive.
In a case where a defendant had committed multiple offences, a court would usually try to sentence a defendant for all those offences simultaneously. However in circumstances where that was impossible a defendant could not complain where the second judge had regard to all the earlier matters and bore in mind the principle of totality.
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