Sentencing Guidelines - Terrorist Offences

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2 judgments

30 March 1995

R v Patrick Martin Murray

Conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to cause explosion - whether rules for remission in respect of prisoners serving life sentence differ from those for other serious offences - court should decide appropriate sentence without reference to questions of remission of parole - whether entitled to discount where defendant did not dispute evidence or require Crown to call evidence of proof but did not plead guilty.

R v Murray 300395
Hutton LCJ
03 March 1995

R v John Glennon, Francis Maher, John Kennaway, Damien Justin Morgan

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.

R V Glennon & Others 030395
MacDermott LJ