Lucy Daniels, representing the teenage defendant, who is now heavily pregnant, asked for her to be spared a prison sentence.
Ms Daniels said the fact the baby survived the ordeal should be taken into account.*blinks*
Thankfully, the judge was having none of it this time:
Lady Justice Simler replied: 'It was not because they pulled back. It was more luck than judgement.
'The intended harm was the snuffing out of a life.'If only she'd wanted to snuff out that life, though, the NHS would have been glad to assist.
Lady Justice Simler jailed Pearson for 11 years and sentenced McKenna to ten years in prison.
The teenage defendant received four years long term detention.Some moderately decent sentences for once.