Alison Moss: Sentence appeal dismissed

October 10, 2017

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.