The jury went out for lunch at 1230 and returned within the hour to say guilty.
MrCharly wrote:For a jury and court to say simply and clearly "This person drove carelessly and killed your relative as a result of their carelessness" would bring a lot of peace. ... but at least the court can say why he died.
enigmatic wrote:Andrew Mylrea was today sentenced to a 12 month's driving ban, 150 hours community service (to be done during ban), and ordered to pay £3500 court costs in full by 1st October.
Just hope someone, somewhere, is taking note of the inability of our Courts to adequately punish drivers who kill innocent cyclists. I'm sure Hazel doesn't think much of it. But no matter what you or I think about the sentence, nothing will bring Pat back.
Ah, but one 'challenges' the system ('naughty'), the other was just a byproduct of society ('unlucky')LowPlainsDrifter wrote:The laws/sentencing in this country are a joke. Two silly lads got 4 years for posting "Lets have a riot" on Facebook.
Kill someone like this and you get near nothing.
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