Spalding teenage killers' jail terms 'unduly lenient'

Spalding teenage killers' jail terms 'unduly lenient'
 

The 20-year minimum jail terms given to two teenage murderers who killed a mother and daughter are to be reviewed for being 'too lenient'.
Elizabeth Edwards, 49, and Katie, 13, died at their home in Spalding, Lincolnshire, in April.
The Attorney General will look at the sentences given to the 15 year olds.
The case was referred under the unduly lenient sentence scheme and law officers have 28 days to decide if any action should be taken.
During the trial at Nottingham Crown Court earlier this month, the jury heard the boy and girl - who were both 14 at the time - had sex, shared a bath and... read more

 
22 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 46
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