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A decision on whether the sentences will be reduced for the two men who plotted to rob and kill Joss Stone from her home in Devon will be made on Tuesday.
Kevin Liverpool was sentenced to a minimum term of 10 years and eight months at exeter Crown court last year.
Junior Bradshaw was jailed for 18 years. The pair appealed against their sentences today at the Court of Appeal.
Two men convicted of plotting to rob and kill international pop star Joss Stone in Devon are to appeal against the length of their sentences.
Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will hear challenges by Kevin Liverpool and Junior Bradshaw, who were found guilty of conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to rob following a three-week trial at Exeter Crown Court last year.
Judge Francis Gilbert, the Recorder of Exeter, branded Liverpool a danger to the public and said he targeted Miss Stone to get more than £1 million from her.
Two men found guilty of plotting to kill Joss Stone are appealing to have their sentences reduced at the Court of Appeal today.
Junior Bradshaw and Kevin Liverpool were found guilty of planning to rob and kill the singer at her Devon home last April.
Liverpoool was jailed for life with a minimum of 10 years and 8 months while Bradshaw was jailed for 18 years.