After considering considering your mitigation plea as well as any arguments made by the Prosecution in relation to the issue of sentencing, the Court will impose a sentence against you. The Court’s aim is to find a sentence that will fit both the offence and the offender i.e. the sentence should proportionately and appropriately reflect…

After you have pleaded guilty and the Judge has considered considering your mitigation plea as well as any arguments made by the Prosecution regarding their views on what the sentence should be, he will decide on an appropriate sentence and impose the sentence against you. Once a decision on the conviction and sentence has been…

After you have pleaded guilty to the charge as well as admitted to the Statement of Facts (SOF) and your previous convictions, you will be given an opportunity to inform the Court of any mitigating factors which you may have before the Court decides on and imposes the sentence against you for the offence you…

When you plead guilty to a charge, the Court will need to confirm that you understand the nature and consequences of pleading guilty before it is able to accept your plea of guilt and convict you of the charge. A separate open-courtroom hearing (sometimes referred to as a Mention) will be conducted before a Judge…

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