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Matters to which Court of Appeal must have regard

In considering the giving of, or in reviewing, a guideline judgment the Court of Appeal must have regard to—

        (a)     the need to promote consistency of approach in sentencing offenders; and

        (b)     the need to promote public confidence in the criminal justice system; and

S. 6AE(c) amended by No. 18/2005 s. 18(Sch. 1 item 97.2).

        (c)     any views stated by the Sentencing Advisory Council and any submissions made by the Director of Public Prosecutions or a lawyer under section 6AD.

S. 6AF inserted by No. 13/2003 s. 4, amended by No. 68/2009 s. 97(Sch. item 110.5).

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