There are certain cases where life should definitely mean life
and if it doesn't mean life
there would be people in this country who would rightly think the criminal justice system was not producing punishments which fit the crime,' he said.
Treatment with 65 [micro]g/mL PC extended the mean life
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Mr Justice Teare added: "The trial judge said that the applicant's sentence of life imprisonment must mean life
and that if he ever were released from prison it should only be on account of great age or infirmity.
Life should either mean life
or a sentence of an average quarter of a life, which would be a minimum of 25 years.
According to Ministry of Justice figures, the prostitute killer's sentence today means there are now 36 living prisoners for whom life will mean life
Surely life should mean life
- it is no wonder killings and muggings continue when the criminal knows they are going to get such a short sentence.
But David Hines, founder of the North of England Victims' Association, told a conference yesterday that many families wanted life to mean life
So when a life sentence is given it should mean life
, or when they do get released after a visit to prison, let them live next door to the do-gooders.
The father of Craig Sweeney's victim said: "If ever there was a crime where life should mean life
then this is it.
And now a rule that can mean life
or death for those who must observe it has been made more strict, not on the basis of fact, but in an act of political pandering.
Child killer Hindley, aged 56, is challenging decisions by two Home Secretaries that, in her case, a life sentence must mean life
This information can mean life
or death for many thousands of people in affected areas.