consecutive sentence

consecutive sentence

a sentence that runs at the end of another. Two sentences of three years served consecutively equate to a six-year sentence. Compare CONCURRENT SENTENCE.
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If found guilty at trial, Malanowski could receive a maximum sentence of up to 14 years for aggravated DUI and a consecutive sentence of 15 years in prison for failure to report an accident resulting in death.
Crabb, who is serving a nine-year jail term for firearms offences, handed down at Liverpool Crown Court last year, was given an eight-month consecutive sentence by Judge Timothy Stead.
Crabb, who is serving a nine-year jail term for firearms offences, was given an eightmonth consecutive sentence by Judge Timothy Stead.
Byrne, of Belcamp Crescent Priorswood, received a six month consecutive sentence for aiding and abetting violent disorder on the same date.
The judge explained that he now had to take account of the total sentence on Bower and he had therefore "reduced massively" the consecutive sentence for the Batley offence.
He could have no cause for complaint and, in our view, a consecutive sentence of nine months for the Bail Act offence was entirely unobjectionable.
The Bench activated 20 weeks of the suspended sentence and imposed a 20-week consecutive sentence for the latest offences, making a total of 40 weeks.
924(c), which carries a mandatory minimum consecutive sentence of 30 years in prison, all in connection with Rahamis alleged detonation of an explosive device and efforts to detonate explosives in New York City.
She did, however, call the prison term that Hall is now serving "a really long consecutive sentence.
The Recorder of Cardiff, Judge Eleri Rees, told Richardson he would not receive a consecutive sentence as he was serving a life sentence.
Mrs Delo was sentenced to 32 months in prison for theft and was also handed a 43-month consecutive sentence after admitting actual bodily harm against the same victim.
The court also handed him a three-month consecutive sentence for possessing a controlled drug.