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STUART HALL SENTENCE APPEAL

Thursday July 11th, 2013
STUART HALL SENTENCE APPEAL

Legendary TV presenter Stuart Hall is to have his sentence taken to the Court of Appeal after over 150 people came forward and demanded that the Attorney General consider the former Itís a Knockout presenter should be reviewed.

There has been general outcry from the public at the lenient sentence given to the 83-year-old face of north western BBC who admitted indecently assaulting 13 girls aged between 9 and 13 years.

The Attorney General has referred the sentence of disgraced BBC presenter Stuart Hall to the Court of Appeal for review after complaints it was too lenient. The decision has been backed by shadow attorney general Emily Thornberry and Harriet Harman, deputy leader of the Labour party.
The appeal will get to court within the next two months.
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