Scotland cross dresser Andrew Miller has just been sentenced to 20 years imprisonment for abducting and abusing a young girl. What judicial materials are available from his case and where can they be read?

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    Search the web for "Andrew Miller" sentencing remarks.
    – Lag
    Oct 18 at 13:37
  • @Lag and what about the reasoned verdict? Oct 18 at 15:06
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    Scotland doesn't have "reasoned verdicts".
    – Lag
    Oct 18 at 15:25
  • I’ve rolled back an edit on this question for which the rationale was not declared and which I didn’t feel improved my question. Oct 18 at 23:06
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    Why is it necessary to include they are a cross dresser? Seems like a totally superfluous piece of information designed to push whatever agenda you have
    – user438383
    Oct 19 at 14:45

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A judge may decide to publish a statement after passing sentence on an offender in cases where there is particular public interest; where a case has legal significance; or where providing the reasons for the decision might assist public understanding.

Lord Arthurson’s remarks on the sentence of Andrew George Miller on 18 October 2023 have been published accordingly.

  • What about the reasoned verdict? Oct 18 at 15:06
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    @Seekinganswers the’ye in the sentencing statement “you tendered pleas of guilty”.
    – Dale M
    Oct 18 at 21:27

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