Unusually, Jenns was allowed to enter the crown court through a side door rather than the public entrance after an application from her lawyers.And why..? Well, you see, she’s a victim, innit?
Despite using Jenns' weight as mitigation, Mr Bridge told the court on Monday that she had been subjected to "the modern-day equivalent of the stocks".
He said some online reports of the hearing two weeks ago had attracted more than 2,500 comments "many of which were vile".
The barrister claimed that one of Jenns' relatives had to be taken out of school after allegations of bullying after her conviction.Yes, those are consequences of being a careless killer behind the wheel of a vehicle who then employs a legal defence that seeks to blame the real victim for crossing the road and then pleads her weight in mitigation when it fails to work...