In upholding a prosecution motion to review the adequacy of a sentence imposed by a magistrate the Supreme Court of Tasmania (Crawford CJ) has considered the circumstances in which it is appropriate to reimpose a previously suspended sentence that has been breached and whether it would be ‘unjust’ to activate the sentence for the purposes of the Sentencing Act 1997 (Tas), s27(4C).

See:  Jones v. Clarke [2012] TASSC 21.