Associate Professor Liora Lazarus speaks to BBC Radio about ‘whole of life’ sentences

by | Feb 18, 2014

Associate Professor, and OxHRH Associate Director, Liora Lazarus, spoke to BBC Radio on 18 February 2014 about the Court of Appeal’s decision in R v McLoughlin [2014] EWCA Crim 188 in relation to ‘whole of life’ sentences.

Listen to the interviews here (from 01:11:10) and here (from 01:19:40).

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