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Farrhat Arshad
Farrhat Arshad

Welcome to the May edition of our monthly Criminal Appeals Bulletin.

 

In this month’s edition, Sarah Elliott QC looks at R v Reed and others, where the CACD considered the correct approach to sentencing in sexual offences against children where no actual sexual activity took place, including those cases where the child was fictional.  Rabah Kherbane looks at the case of R v White where the CACD considered the application of the Drug Offences Guideline and the appropriate reduction for strong personal mitigation, and I look at the case of Plaku, where the CACD set out guidance as to the proper approach to reductions for Guilty pleas.

 

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Doughty Street has some of the most experienced appellate practitioners at the Bar, including the contributors to the leading works on appellate procedure – the Criminal Appeals Handbook, Taylor on Criminal Appeals, Blackstones Criminal Practice (appeals section), Halsbury’s Laws (Appeals).
 
Please feel free to email us or to call our crime team on 0207 400 9088.  We also offer our instructing solicitors a free Advice Line, where they can discuss initial ideas about possible appeals, at no cost to them or their client.  More information on our services can be found on our website.
 

Farrhat Arshad

Deputy Head of the DSC Criminal Appeals Unit


Welcome to the May edition of our monthly Criminal Appeals Bulletin.

 

In this month’s edition, Sarah Elliott QC looks at R v Reed and others, where the CACD considered the correct approach to sentencing in sexual offences against children where no actual sexual activity took place, including those cases where the child was fictional.  Rabah Kherbane looks at the case of R v White where the CACD considered the application of the Drug Offences Guideline and the appropriate reduction for strong personal mitigation, and I look at the case of Plaku, where the CACD set out guidance as to the proper approach to reductions for Guilty pleas.

 

Download this issue by clicking here
 
Doughty Street has some of the most experienced appellate practitioners at the Bar, including the contributors to the leading works on appellate procedure – the Criminal Appeals Handbook, Taylor on Criminal Appeals,Blackstones Criminal Practice (appeals section), Halsbury’s Laws (Appeals).
 
Please feel free to email us or to call our crime team on 0207 400 9088.  We also offer our instructing solicitors a free Advice Line, where they can discuss initial ideas about possible appeals, at no cost to them or their client.  More information on our services can be found on our website.

 

Farrhat Arshad 

Deputy Head of the DSC Criminal Appeals Unit