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Georgia-Mae Chung explains mandatory minimum sentences in an article for the Sentencing Academy


Georgia-Mae Chung has written an article for the Sentencing Academy on the topic of mandatory minimum sentences. The article forms part of the Sentencing Explained series and provides an overview of the current law.

Georgia-Mae is a Consultant for the Academy and was previously their Kalisher Intern. Last year, she wrote another Sentencing Explained article on the topic of ancillary orders. She also authored a paper on knife crime prevention orders and a blog on recent updates to sentencing law.

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