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Longer Sentences For Dangerous Drivers


Dangerous drivers who cause serious injury will face a prison sentence of up to five years under new legislation. Sky's Emma Birchley reports.

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One moment in 2006 changed Cerys Edward's life for good, her mom Tracey was driving when they were hit by a vehicle traveling a 70 miles per hour in a thirty zone. Cerys then aged one was left brain damaged and paralyzed. The driver of the other car was given a 21-month jail term just below the maximum, but served only six months.

A new law would see those committing similar offenses in prison for up to five years.

"I think the sentences will make people think twice, but I do believe that if they make samples and give maximum sentences that’s when it will make a difference." Under current legislation, the court limited their sentencing powers.

Those found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence for up to two years, while the other end of the scale, death by dangerous driving could result in a maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of new offense is the plug of gap.

Cases of causing serious injury by dangerous driving which are dealt with in the magistrates court will have a maximum penalty of six months in prison, a 5000-pound fine or both. While in the Crown Court of dependence would face jail term up to five years or a unlimited fine or both punishments. The road safety charity Brake has been calling for a change in the law.

"This in previous five years is really good, step in the right direction, is a better move towards getting justice of those victims need. And it also hopefully what I said is a big more of deterring to say to dangerous drivers. Your behavior is unacceptable and we are going to punish you accordingly.

Cerys is nearly six now, and she just made a remarkable progress, but she is still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breath.

"Good girl, we can hear it. But you would back on to the ventilator. Good girl."

A longer sentence would have changed that. But for Tracey, it would at least be a sense of justice being done.

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One moment in 2006 changed Carius'life for good. Her mom Tracy was driving when they were hit by a vehicle travelling at 70 miles per hour in a 30 zone. Carey, then was age one, was left brain damaged and paralyzed. The driver of the other car was given a 20 well month jail term, just below the maximum, but served only 6 months. A new law would see those committing similar offences imprisoned for up to 5 years.

"I think the sentences will make people think twice. Well, I do believe that if they make examples and give maximum sentences, that that's when it will make difference."

Under current legislation, the courts are limited in their sentencing powers.

"Both found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to 2 years, while at the other end of the scale death by dangerous driving can result in a maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of the new offenc is to plank the gap."

Carius' causing serious injury by dangerous driving which are dealt within a majestrates' court whould have a maximum penalty of 6 months in prison, a 5000-pond-fine, or both. While in the crown court offendants will face a jail term about to 5 years, an unlimited fine, or both punishments.

The Road Safety Charity Brake has been calling for a change in the law.
This increased 5 years is a really good step in the right direction. It's a better move to get justice that those victims' need. It also hopefully will act as a bit more vegeteran to say to dangerous drivers "your behaviour is unacceptable and we are going to punish you accordingly".

Carey is nearly 6 now and she has made remarkable progress. But she is still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.

"Good girl, we can hear it. Will you back to the ventilator, good girl."

A longer sentence wouldn't have changed that, but for Tracy, there would at least has been the sense that justice has been done. Emma Birchley, Sky news.
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One moment in 2006 changed Cerys Edwards for good, her mom Tracey was driving when they were hit by a vehicle traveling at 70mph in a 30s zone. Cerys then aged one was left brain damaged and paralyzed. The driver of the other car was given a 21-month jail term just below the maximum, but served six months.
A new law would see those committing similar offences in jail for up to five years. I think the sentences will make people think twice but I do believe that if they make examples and give maximum sentences, that's when it will make a difference.
Under current legislation the courts are limited in their sentencing powers.
Both found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to 2 years. While on the other end of the scale, death by dangerous driving could result in a maximum of 14 years in jail. the idea of the new offence is to plug the gap.
Cerys's cause in serious injury by dangerous driving, which are dealt within a magistrate's court, it would have a maximum of penalty of 6-month in prison, a five thousand pound fine, or both. While in the crown court, defendant will face a jail term of up to five years, an unlimited fine, or both punishments.
The Road Safety Charity Brake has been calling for a change in the law.
These increased five years are really good, stepping in the right direction; it's a better move towards getting justices those victims need. and it also hopefully will act as a bit more of deterrent to say to dangerous drivers, your behavior is unacceptable and we are going to punish you accordingly.
Cerys is nearly six now and has made remarkable progress, but she's still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.
We can hear it, will you back on the ventilator, good girl.
A longer sentence wouldn’t have changed that, but for Tracey that would have at least been the sense that justice had been done.
Emma Birchley, SKY News.
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... one moment in 2006 change karry edwards life for good her mom tracy was driving when they were hit by a vehicle travelling at 70mph in a thirty zone
karry stand age 1 was left brain damage and an new law was in those committing similar offense in prison for up to 5 years
i think sentenses who make people think twice but i do believed they ve make example in giving maximum sentenses that will make if differences
on the current legislation the course limited in a sentenses in powers
both found guilty of dangerous driving face prison sentenses for up to 2 year while let the other rented the scale death by dangerous driving can result in a maximum of 14 years in jail the idea is a new offense is a plug the gap
cases causing serious injury by dangerous driving which adopt within a magistrate court will have a maximum penaulty of 6 months in prison 5000 fine or both while in the crown court xxx will face jail term about to 5 years and unlimited fine or both punishment
the road safety charity xxx has been calling for a change in the law i think xxx is the really good step in the right direction at least it is a better move will getting justice of those victim need and it also hopely xxxx has been more tyrant to say to the dangerous diver your behavior is unacceptable and we gonna to punish you accordingly
karry is nearly 6 now until make remarkable progress but she still feed by a tube and need xxx to breathe a long sentense wouldnt hope change that but for tracy it will at least a sense of justice have been done
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One moment in 2006 changed Carey Woods' life for good. Her mom Tracy was driving when they were hit by a vehicle traveling at 70 miles per hour in a 30 zone. Carey, then aged one, was left-brain damaged and paralyzed, the driver of the other car was given a 21 months jail term just below the maximum be served only 6 months. A new law would see those committing similar offences imprisoned for out of 5 years.


"I think the sentences will make people think twice. But I do believe that if they make the examples and give maximum sentences, then that's when it will make a difference."


Under current legislation, the courts are limited in their sentencing powers.


Those found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to two years. While of the other range of the scale death by dangerous driving can result in the maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of the new offence is to plump the gap.


Cases of causing serious injury by dangerous driving which are dealt within a magistrate courts will have a maximum penalty of 6 months in prison, a 5,000-pound fine or both. While in the crown court, defendants will face a jail term of up to 5 years and an unlimited fine or both punishments.

The roads safety charity break has been calling for a change in the law.


"This increased five years is a really good step in the right direction, and it's a better * move getting justice that those victims need. It also hopefully will act as a bit more deterrent to say it to dangerous drivers: your behavior is unacceptable, and we're going to punish you accordingly."


Carey is nearly 6 now * made remarkable progress. But she is still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.


"We can hear it, we can hear it. Will you beckon the ventilator? Good girl."


A longer sentence wouldn't have changed that. But for Tracy there would at least have been the sense that justice had been done.
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        "Push, push, push, push."
        One moment in 2006 changed Carey Woods' life for good. Her mom Tracy was driving when they were hit by a vehicle traveling at 70 miles per hour in a 30 zone. Carey, then aged one, was left-brain damaged and paralyzed, the driver of the other car was given a 21 months jail term just below the maximum be served only 6 months. A new law would see those committing similar offences imprisoned for out of 5 years.
        "I think the sentences will make people think twice. But I do believe that if they make the examples and give maximum sentences, then that's when it will make a difference."
        Under current legislation, the courts are limited in their sentencing powers.
        Those found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to 2 years. While the other range of the scale death by dangerous driving can result in the maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of the new offence is to plump the gap.
        Cases of causing serious injury by dangerous driving which are dealt within a magistrates’ court will have a maximum penalty of 6 months in prison, a 5,000-pound fine or both. While in the crown court, defendants will face a jail term of up to 5 years and an unlimited fine or both punishments.
        The roads safety charity break has been calling for a change in the law.
        "This increased five years is a really good step in the right direction, and it's a better movements getting justice that those victims need. It also hopefully will act as a bit more deterrent to say it to dangerous drivers: your behavior is unacceptable and we're going to punish you accordingly."
        Carey is nearly 6 now until this made remarkable progress. But she is still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.
        "We can hear it, we can hear it. Will you beckon the ventilator? Good girl."
        A longer sentence wouldn't have changed that. But for Tracy there would at least have been the sense that justice had been done.
        Emma Birchley, Sky News.
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Push,push,push,push,push.

One moment in 2006 changed Karry Sadward's life for good.Her mom Tracy was driving when they hit by a vehicle travelling a 70 miles per hour in a 30 zone.Karry stand age one was left brain damaged and paralyzed,the driver of the other car was given a 21-month jail term just below the maxium but served only 6 months.A new law would see those committing similar offenses imprisoned for up to 5 years.

I think the sentences would make people think twice,but I do believe that if they make examples and give maxium sentences,that's when it will make a difference.

Under current legislation,the course limited in their sentencing powers.

Those found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence up to two years,while the other range of the scale death by dangerous driving could result in a maxium 14 years in jail.The idea of the new offence is to plump the gap.

Cases of causing serious injury by dangerous driving which are dealt within a magistrate court would have a maxium penalty of 16 months in prison.A five thousand-pound fined or both.While in the crown court,defendants will face a jail term up to about 5 years limited fine or both punishments.

The roads safety charity break has been calling for a change in the law.

This increased five years is a really good step in the right direction and it'a better move * getting justice those make victims need.And it also hopefully will act like more of deterrent to say it dangerous drivers,your behavior is unacceptable and we are gonna punish accordingly.

Karry is nearly six now and has made remarkable progress.But she is still fed by a tube and needs ventilator to breathe.

We can hear it,will you back on the ventilator,good girl.

A longer sentence wouldn't have changed that,but for Tracy,it would at least been the sense that justice had been done.

Emma Barcherly,Sky News.
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Push, push, push in.
one moment in 2006 changed Cary Edwardslife for good, her mom tracy was driving when it was hit by a vehicle traveling a 70 miles per hour in the thirty zone. Cary was at aged one was left brain damaged and paralyzed. The driver of the other car was given 21 months of jail term just below the maximum, but served only six months.

A new law would see those committing similar offenses in prison up to five years.

I think the sentences will make people think twice but I do believe that if they make samples and give maximum sentences thats when it will make difference.
under current legislation, the courts limited their sentencing powers. Those found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence up to two years. while the other end of the scale, death by dangerous driving could result in maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of new offense is plumped the gap.
Cases of causing serious injury by dangerous driving which dealt with the magistrates court will have maximum penalty of six months in prison, a 5000-pound fine or both. while in the crown court of dependence would face jail term up to five years or a unlimited fine or both punishments. the road safety charity break has been calling for a chang in the law. this in previous five years is really good, step in the right direction, is a better muve woods getting justice of those victims need. um, and it also hopefully what I said is a big move of deteran to // dangerous drive as. Your behavior is unacceptable and we are going to punish you accordingly.
Cary is nearly six now, and she just made a remarkable progress, but she is still fed by a tube and needs ventilated to breath. good girl, we can hear it. but you would back on to the ventilator. good gril.
a longer sentence wouldnt change that. But for Tracy, it would at least be a sense of justice being done.
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"Push,push,push in."One moment in 2006 changed Cary Woodson's life for good.Her mom Tracy was driving when they were hit by a vehicle travelling at 70 miles per hour in a 30 zone.Cary still aged one was left brain damaged and paralyzed.The driver of the other car was given the 21-month jail term just below the maximum,but served only 6 months.A new law with the dose committing similar offences in prison for up to 5 years.
I think the sentences will make people think twice.But I do believe that if it can make examples and give maximum sentences,that will make a difference.
Under current legislations,the court was limited their sentencing powers.
Those found guilty of dangerous driving facing the prison sentence up to 2 years while at the other end of the scale get by dangerous driving could result in the maximum of 14 years in jail.The idae of the new offence is to plog the gap.Cases causing injury by dangerous driving which dealt within the magistrates'court will have maximum penalty of 6 months in prison,a 5000-pound fine,or both.While in crown court offenders will face jail term about 5 years and unlimited fine,or both punishments.The road safety charity breakers' been calling for a change in the law.
I think the increased 5 years is really good,step in the right direction,and it is a better move towards getting justice that those victims need.It also hopefully will act as a bit more of deterrent to say to dangerous drivers that your behaviour is unacceptable and we are going to punish you accordingly.
Cary is nearly 6 now,and she is making remarkable progress now.But she is still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.A longer santence wouldn't change that.But for Tracy,there would at least has been a sense that justice's been done.Emma Burchly,Sky News.
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One moment in 2006 changed Carries Sandwards for good, her mom Tracy was driving when they were hit by a vehicle travelling at 70 miles per hour in a                . Carries then aged one was left brain damaged and paralyzed. The driver of the other car was given a 21-month jail term just below the maximum, but served only six months.
A new law would see those committing similar offences in prison for up to five years.

I think the sentences might make people think twice but I do believe that if they make examples and give maximum sentences, that's what it will make a difference.
Under current                 the courts are limited in their sentencing powers.
Both found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to 2 years. While the other end of the           , death by dangerous driving could result in a maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of the new offence is to plant the gap.
Carries's causing in serious injury by dangerous driving, which are dealt within  a                court, would have a maximum of penalty of 6-month in prison, a five thousand pound fine, or both. While in the crown court,              will face a jail term of up to five years, an unlimited fine, or both punishments.
The Road Safety Charity Brake has been calling for a change in the law.
These increased five years are really good, stepping in the right direction; it's a better movetowards getting justices those victims need. And it also hopefully will act as a bit more of              to say to dangerous drivers, your behavior is unacceptable and we are going to punish you accordingly.
CARRIES~~

Carries is nearly six now and has made remarkable progress, but she's still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.
We can hear it. Will you back on the ventilator? Good girl!

A longer sentence wouldn't changed that, but for Tracy that would have at least been the sense that justice had been done.


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One moment in 2006 changed Carry S's life for good. Her mum Tracy was driving, when they were hit by a vehicle travelling at 70 miles per hour in a 30th zone. C said one was left brain damaged and paralysed, the driver of the other car was given a 21 months jail term just below the maximum of observe only 6 months. A new law was seen those committing similar offences in prison for up to 5 years. I think the sentences might be  think twice. But I don't believe it  give maximum examples of giving maximum sentences. But that will make a difference Under current legislation the courts are limited in their sentences and powers. Those found guilty for dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to 2 years. While the other end the scale of defy found in dangerous driving maximum 14 years in jail. The new idea of the new offence is apro the gap. Cases are causing serious injury by dangerous driving which adelt in a maximum court will have a maximum penalty of 6 months in prison, a 5000 pound fine or both. While in the ground court will face with jail turn up to 5 years, unlimited fine or both punishment. The road safety charity Blake's been calling for a change in the law, If it increase to 5 is very good, stepping to the right direction, it is a better move towards getting the justice ..It also hopefully that it a bit more the tyran to X dangerous drivers, your behavior unX. and will punish your aboardingly C is nearly 6 now and just make a remarkable progress. But she is still fed by chew and inventiliter to breathe . A log of sentence will change that, but to Tracy that would at least be a sense of the spirit of justice has been done. X Trace Sky News
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"Push, push and push." One moment in 2006 changed Carry S's life for good.
Her mum Tracy was driving, when they were hit by a vehicle travelling at 70
miles per hour in a 30 zone. C at her age one was left brain damaged and
paralyzed. The driver of the other car was given a 21 months jail term just
below the maximum but served only 6 months. A new law would see those
committing similar offences in prison for up to 5 years. I think the sentences
will make people think twice. But I do believe if it makes examples and gives
maximum sentences, that's when it will make a difference. Under current
legislation the courts are limited in their sentencing powers. Those found
guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to 2 years.
While the other end the scale, death by dangerous driving could result in
maximum of 14 years in jail. The  idea of the new offence is to plug the gap.
Cases are causing serious injury by dangerous driving which dealt
within magistrate court will have a maximum penalty of 6 months in prison,
a 5000 pound fine or both. While in the ground court will face with jail term
up to 5 years, unlimited fine or both punishment. The road safety charity
Blake's been calling for a changing the law, If it increase to 5 is very good,
stepping to the right direction, it is a better move towards getting
the justice those victim needs. It also hopefully that it acts as a bit more
of the tyrant to say to dangerous drivers that your behavior is unacceptable.
and we are gonna punish your accordingly.  C is nearly 6 now and just make a
remarkable progress. But she is still fed by chew and need ventilator to
breathe. "Good girl, you back on to the ventilator".
A  longer sentence wouldn't have changed that, but to Tracy that would at least
be a sense of the justice has been done.
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Push, push, push, push."
One moment in 2006 changed Carey Woods' life for good. Her mom Tracy was driving when they were hit by a vehicle traveling at 70 miles per hour in a 30 zone. Carey, then aged one, was left-brain damaged and paralyzed, the driver of the other car was given a 21 months jail term just below the maximum but served only 6 months. A new law would see those committing similar offences imprisoned for up to 5 years.
"I think the sentences will make people think twice. But I do believe that if they make the examples and give maximum sentences, then that's when it will make a difference."
Under current legislation, the courts are limited in their sentencing powers.
Those found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to two years. While of the other range of the scale death by dangerous driving can result in the maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of the new offence is to plug the gap.
Cases of causing serious injury by dangerous driving which are dealt within a magistrate courts will have a maximum penalty of 6 months in prison, a 5,000-pound fine or both. While in the crown court, defendants will face a jail term of up to 5 years and an unlimited fine or both punishments.
The roads safety charity Brake has been calling for a change in the law.
"This increased five years is a really good step in the right direction, and it's a better  move towards getting justice that those victims need. It also hopefully will act as a bit more deterrent to say it to dangerous drivers: your behavior is unacceptable, and we're going to punish you accordingly."
Carey is nearly 6 now and just made remarkable progress. But she is still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.
"We can hear it, we can hear it. Will you beckon the ventilator? Good girl."
A longer sentence wouldn't have changed that. But for Tracy there would at least have been the sense that justice had been done.
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"Push, push, push, push, push."

One moment in 2006 changed Cerys Edwards' life for good. Her mom Tracey was driving when they were hit by a vehicle travelling at 70 mile/hour in a 30 zone. Cerys, stayed age one, was left brain damaged and paralyzed. The driver of the other car was given a 21-month of jail term just below the maximum, but served only six months. A new law would see those committing similar offenses in prison for up to five years.

"I think the sentences will make people think twice, but I do believe that if they make examples and give maximum sentences, that's what will make a difference."

Under current regulations, the courts are limited in sentencing powers.

"Those found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to two years while the other end of scale death by dangerous driving could result in a maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of the new offence is to plug the gap."

Cases are causing serious injury by dangerous driving which are dealt within magistrate's courts would have a maximum penalty of six months in prison, a 5,000-pound fine or both, while in the Crown Court offenders will face a jail term of up to five years, an unlimited fine or both punishments.

The road safety charity Brake has been calling for a change in the law.

"I think increase to five is really good, stepping in the right direction and it's a better move towards getting justice of those victims' need. And it also hopefully would like act as a big more of a deterrent to say to dangerous drivers: your behavior is unacceptable and we are going to punish you accordingly."

Cerys is nearly six now and she made remarkable progress. But she is still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.

"Good girl, we can hear it, we can hear it. Would you back on the ventilator? Good girl."

A longer sentence wouldn't have changed that, but for Tracey, there would at least have been a sense that justice had been done.

Emma Birchley, Sky's News
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Push, push, push, push...

One moment in 2006 changed Cerys Edwards' life for good. Her mother Tracey was driving when they were hit by a vehicle traveling at 70 miles per hour in a 30 zone. Cerys then aged one was left brain damaged and paralyzed, the driver of the other car was given a 21-month jail term, just below the maximum but served only six months. A new law would see those committing similar offences in prison for up to five years.

I think the sentences will make people think twice but I do believe that if they make examples and give maximum sentences, then that would make a difference.

Under current legislation, the court was limited in their sentencing powers.

Those found guilty of dangerous driving face a prison sentence of up to two years, while at the other end of the scale, death by dangerous driving could result in a maximum of 14 years in jail. The idea of the new offence is to plug the gap. Cerys is causing of serious injury by dangerous driving which are dealt within the Magistrate's Court would have a maximum penalty of six months in prison, a 5000 pound fine or both. While in the Crown Court, defenders will face a jail term of up to 5 years, unlimited fine or both punishments.

The Road Safety Charity brake has been called a change in the law.

This increase to five years is really good, stepping in the right direction. It's a better move toward getting justice of those victims' need. And it also hopefully would act as a bit more of deterrent to say to dangerous drivers your behavior is unacceptable and we are going to punish you accordingly.

Cerys is nearly six now and just made remarkable progress. But she is still fed by a tube and needs a ventilator to breathe.

Good girl, we can hear it, we can hear it. Would you back on the ventilator? Good girl.

A longer sentence wouldn't have changed that, but for Tracey, it would have at least been the sense that justice had been done.

Emma Birchley, Sky News.
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