Published on March 13, 2014
STATUTORY & JUDICIAL GUIDELINES Sentencing and Punishment
What is sentencing? If an accused pleads guilty or is found to be guilty after a trial, a judge or magistrate will hand down a sentence, or “sanction” (aka “punishment”) The sentence may be imprisonment, a fine, community service or home detention The judge or magistrate must consider: The seriousness of the offence The mens rea The need for punishment Sentences must balance the needs of all parties The victim The accused Society and the State
Purposes of Guidelines Statutory Judicial
Why are these guidelines used?
Limitations of Guidelines Statutory Judicial
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