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Criminal sentencing is an integral part in any judicial system for the fair administration of justice. The process of sentencing and the standards applied by judicial officers has, however, been a notoriously difficult component in many criminal law systems. In Kenya, sentencing has been blamed as one of the sources of 'popular dissatisfaction with the administration of justice' to borrow from Roscoe Pound. This was the impetus for the Kenyan Judiciary to introduce the Sentencing Policydoi:10.52907/slj.v3i1.33 fatcat:c7sfss4fd5bm3howcdyeuronsm