R v W.E.F

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38 cases
  • DPP v Cunningham
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 8 Octubre 2002
    ...materials on which Mr. O'Connell relied. The principle in Babic, cited above, was summarised by Winneke P. in the later case of ER v.WEF [1998] 2VR 385 as follows:- "In normal circumstances, if it is suggested that subsequent events have made or made to appear a sentence, appropriate when p......
  • The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Colbert
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 28 Noviembre 2016
    ...exclusive. If it can be said that a sentence is now ‘manifestly excessive’ as was contemplated in the Australian case of R v W.E.F. [1998] 2 V.R. 385 quoted in Cunningham, and a matter is still before a court, then the existence of an executive power of clemency should not preclude a court ......
  • Mizanul Rahman Islam v Paul Howard Wasley and Dylan Ross
    • Australia
    • Supreme Court of ACT
    • 19 Mayo 2014
    ...Australian Capital Territory Supreme Court, Nield AJ, 26 July 2012). R v Meyboom (2012) 256 FLR 450 R v Smith (1987) 44 SASR 587 R v WEF [1998] 2 VR 385 Crimes (Sentencing) Act 2005 (ACT), ss 61, 65, 66, 74 Magistrates Court Act 1930 (ACT), Pt 3.10 APPEAL-GENERAL PRINCIPLES — in general a......
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