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Shabnam begum
3 years ago
I agree to longer sentences

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Laura Mappin
3 years ago
I've read and heard of so many families who have lost loved ones from careless drivers who were speaking or texting on their mobiles & they get ridiculously short sentences! It's really not fair or right

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samantha shakespeare
3 years ago
Driving is a luxury not a right where as life is a luxurious right!
My family have also been affected by dangerous drivers on two separate occasions both ending a life on both occasions and also injuring another person on the second time, both times have devastated our family and the sentences given are diabolic.
Sentences should be increased to minimum 14 years for death or serious life changing injuries caused as a direct result of dangerous driving, no early release for 'Good behaviour'.

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Kelsey simpson
3 years ago
The sentences are way to short for life changing damage they have done

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Ellen Ward
3 years ago
I'm signing because a relative of mine was in a similar accident and the person who was responsible for his injuries only served 6months which is not enough. He damaged not only the 2 passengers in the other car and his passenger (my relative) he has ruined all their families live including ours.

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Hannah Savage
3 years ago
I completely agree that there should be a longer sentence and a life long driving ban, there should be no question!!!

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Donna Ward
3 years ago
It's unbelievable the pain dangerous driving can cause to victims & their families. It's descipable that people get away with such lenient sentences. The law MUST be changed!

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Alison Wheatly
3 years ago
Anyone with a driving licence has proved they understand the rules of the road. CHOOSING to not follow those rules should mean living with the consequences of those choices. Currently, the consequences seem light compared to the consequences endured by victims and their families. Make the consequences tougher for dangerous driving.

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N A
3 years ago
Clearly the justice system has failed these families. At the very least, these drivers should never ever be able to drive again.

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Mark Storey
3 years ago
Because life for a life, and eye for an eye. Poor lass x