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SentenceSentence appeal - s45A
Summary(1) The appellant accepted that the s45A hybrid order was reasonable in the circumstances. The court discussed the mental health sentencing regime (including s45A and restricted hospital orders) at paragraphs 44-47. (2) The trial judge's sentence was 11 years' imprisonment for each of six rapes and three years for breach of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order, to be served concurrently.On appeal this was increased to 14 years with a five-year extended licence period.
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SubjectHybrid order cases
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Date2019-10-04
JudgesSimon Cheema-Grubb Dhir
PartiesAttorney General Aman Yuel Samuel Berhe
CourtCourt of Appeal (Criminal Division)
NCN[2019] EWCA Crim 1693
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Essex
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CitesR v Edwards (2018) EWCA Crim 595
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