Court of Appeal slashes sentence

Fri, 08 Mar 2013

Mr Dunleavy and Mr Burns each received a four year sentence at the Crown Court at Warwick having pleaded guilty to attempted burglary.
Today the Court of Appeal allowed the appeal of both, substituting a sentence of 3 and a half years in Mr Dunleavy's case and 3 years in Mr Burns' case.
Dunleavy was represented by Peter Arnold and Burns' by James Dixon
They were instructed by Mr Iqbal Singh Kang, Consultant Solicitor at Gurney Harden Solicitors

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