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Alison Moss: Sentence appeal dismissed

Laura Marshall represented the prosecution in Alison Moss’ appeal against sentence, having also prosecuted in the original trial, led by Andrew Robertson QC.

Moss had received a life sentence following the murder of 47-year-old Craig Wild. She was found guilty by a jury at Sheffield Crown Court.

The appeal was before LJ Hallett, Vice President of the Court of Appeal Criminal Division. The appeal was dismissed and sentence of life imprisonment with a minimum term of 29 years was upheld.

The murder trial was reported on the BBC and ITV, as well as the Sheffield Star and Sheffield Telegraph.