Appeal, usually with leave1 of the Court of Appeal, lies against the majority2 of sentences3 passed in the Crown Court; and, if leave is given, the sentence may be altered by the Court of Appeal4. The Court of Appeal will normally interfere only if the sentence was defective in law, or improperly took material into account, or was manifestly excessive or wrong in principle
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