Jail term not ‘unduly lenient’

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The Attorney General Office has ruled the jail sentence for a man who killed a Halifax Rugby Union player on a night out was not unduly lenient.

Dale McLean was given five years and four months in prison for the manslaughter of Andrew Feather, who died from a single punch while on a night out in February this year.

The AGO has been looking into the sentencing to see if the case needed to go to the Court of Appeal.


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