Kate Bex QC and Tim Kiely writing for The Times examine Government’s White Paper on Sentencing Reforms

September 24, 2020

“If one of the purposes of sentencing is to protect the public from the effects of crime, this cannot mean just locking offenders away for as long as possible. It must mean that serving their sentence, whether in custody or the community, should rehabilitate them so that they do not become trapped in a cycle of offending.”

Kate Bex QC and Tim Kiely examine the Government’s recent White Paper entitled ‘A Smarter Approach to Sentencing’ and the effects on offenders, rehabilitation and justice.

Read Opinion piece in The Times here: [The Times]