Criminal Sentencing Principles

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  • UniversityUniversity of Technology Sydney
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseCriminal Procedure and Sentencing
  • Course Code78030
  • ProfessorAJ Karim
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  • Authorewarrr
  • Created2013
  • Pages43
  • Approved13 March 2015

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I have developed and used my comprehensive set of criminal law notes in my capacity as a criminal law tutor, a criminal barrister’s research assistant and as a tipstaff to a preeminent Supreme Court justice.

Topics covered include:
– Sentencing principles (aggravating and mitigating factors, burdens of proof, totality, proportionality, parity etc)
-Sentencing documents, procedure and customs (e.g. agreed facts and character references)
-Sentencing options
-Key points from guideline judgments

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