One-punch killer's sentence ruled 'not unduly lenient'

The Court of Appeal has ruled that the four-year sentence given to Lewis Gill, 21, for the one-punch manslaughter of Andrew Young was not "unduly lenient".

Andrew Young, 40, died after being struck by Lewis Gill in Bournemouth, Dorset, on November 6 last year.

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Four-year sentence for one-punch killer 'not unduly lenient'

Court of Appeal judges have ruled that the four-year sentence given to Lewis Gill, 21, for the one-punch manslaughter of Asperger's sufferer Andrew Young in an unprovoked attack in Bournemouth, was not "unduly lenient".