Anne Sacoolas advised by US government not to attend sentencing in person

Anne Sacoolas advised by US government not to attend sentencing in person
Anne Sacoolas advised by US government not to attend sentencing in person

Arabnews24.ca:Tuesday 6 December 2022 06:39 AM: US government employee Anne Sacoolas, who is being sentenced for the death of 19-year-old Harry Dunn, has been advised not to attend in person by her employer.

The 45-year-old, who admitted a charge of causing death by careless driving, has been granted permission to appear at the Old Bailey via video-link.

A court spokesman said: "The application made jointly by the prosecution and defence for Mrs Sacoolas to participate and be sentenced by live link has been renewed.

"The defence have supplied material in support of the application including evidence that Mrs Sacoolas' government employer has advised her not to attend in person.

"The judge has granted the application."

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