§2155. Factors to be considered by Supreme Judicial Court
In reviewing a criminal sentence, the Supreme Judicial Court shall consider: [1991, c. 525, §2 (AMD).]
1.Propriety of sentence.
The propriety of the sentence, having regard to the nature of the offense, the character
of the offender, the protection of the public interest, the effect of the offense
on the victim and any other relevant sentencing factors recognized under law; and
1991, c. 525, §2 (AMD)
2.Manner in which sentence was imposed.
The manner in which the sentence was imposed, including the sufficiency and accuracy
of the information on which it was based.
1989, c. 218, §5 (NEW)
1989, c. 218, §5 (NEW).
1991, c. 525, §2 (AMD).
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