Case #: 37 of 2017
Ervin Livingston Brown v. Regina

Criminal Appeal ??' Mandatory death penalty ??' Appellant resentenced following abolition of mandatory death penalty ??' Imposition of discretionary life sentence ??' Appeal against sentence of life imprisonment ??' Whether judge properly informed himself of the individual circumstances of the offender ??' Whether there were good grounds for believing that the appellant was likely to reoffend and posed a future danger to the public for a period which could not be estimated ??' Whether sentence wrong in principle ??' Whether sentence unduly severe.

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Criminal Matter
by Justice(s) Hon.Madam Justice Crane-Scott, JA., Hon. Mr. Justice Jones, JA., and Hon.Mr. Justice Evans, JA.
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