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Drugs – application for leave to appeal against sentence

01 March 2016

Fisher Dore Lawyers

Fisher Dore appeared for Mr B, who pleaded guilty to 1 count of supplying a dangerous drug. He was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment to be suspended after 9 months, with an operational period of 3 years.

Mr B sought leave to appeal on the basis that the sentence was manifestly excessive.

The Court was persuaded it was, and as such, allowed the appeal against sentence. The sentence was set aside and Mr B was given a new sentence of 2 years imprisonment suspended after 3 months, with an operational period of 3 years.


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