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(p. 413) 22. Specific Types of Sentence and the Plea in Mitigation 

(p. 413) 22. Specific Types of Sentence and the Plea in Mitigation
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(p. 413) 22. Specific Types of Sentence and the Plea in Mitigation
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Martin Hannibal

and Lisa Mountford

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198858423.003.0022
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date: 03 December 2020

This chapter explains specific types of sentence and provide guidance on how a defence solicitor might prepare and deliver a plea in mitigation. It discusses when discretionary custodial sentence can be imposed; custody between the ages 18 and 21; length of custodial sentence; suspended sentence of imprisonment; concluding remarks on discretionary custodial sentences; fixed length sentences; sentencing dangerous offenders; community sentences; community sentences under the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) 2003; guilty plea credit and community orders; enforcement of community orders under the CJA 2003 in the event of breach; deferring sentence; fines; compensation orders; conditional discharge; absolute discharge; bind over; ancillary orders; structuring a plea in mitigation; advocacy and the plea in mitigation; and professional conduct.

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