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A case for the lawmakers
9:59am Thursday 8th May 2014 in Opinion
IT’S another instance where justice doesn’t seem to have been done, certainly in the court of public opinion.
However in the Court of Appeal it is different matter. And that’s where it counts. The jail term of Lewis Gill, sentenced to four years for the one punch that killed Andrew Young, will not be reviewed, despite a request from the Attorney General himself. The judges ruled the sentence was not unduly lenient. As Mr Grieve told the Daily Echo, the wider issue of this type of crime – gratuitous and unprovoked violence – will have to be dealt with by those who make the law.
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