Sentencing Guidelines - General Sentencing Issues
Burglary and reckless driving - length of sentence - appellant sentenced to five years' imprisonment after pleading - appellant suffering from schizophrenia - whether sentence should be reduced.
Armed robbery - length of sentence - co-accused pleading not guilty at time appellants sentenced - co-accused subsequently pleading guilty to aiding and abetting, counselling and procuring armed robbery - co-accused sentenced to shorter prison terms than appellants - disparity in sentences - whether appellant's sentences should be reduced - whether justification for appellant's sense of grievance.
Terrorist Offences - attempted murder - possession of firearms with intent - disparity between sentences of co-accused - accused charged with committing a number of offences - concurrent sentences.
Terrorist offences - conspiracy to murder, possession of firearms with intent and false imprisonment - court should decide appropriate sentence without reference to questions of remission or parole - deterrent sentences for terrorist offences.