Two strangers who killed a female motorist while racing in high-performance cars have been jailed for a total of 12 years.Six years each? Well, it’s not much, I suppose, but it’s better than nothi…
Sheffield Crown Court heard Cox took a corner at high speed, ploughing into the driver's side of Mrs Bryce-Stephen's vehicle. The mother of two died from multiple injuries at the scene.So, the driver that hit and killed her got a lesser sentence than the one that didn’t? Was that just because he admitted guilt, or was there more to it?
Chevens fled the accident in his car.
Cox, who admitted the offence at an earlier hearing, was jailed for five years for causing death by dangerous driving.
Chevens, who was found guilty after a five-day trial, was sentenced to seven years for the same offence.
Cox, of Stannington, Sheffield is an electrician with no previous convictions.Could that be it?
Chevens has convictions for dishonesty and supplying drugs.