Antonie Muller prosecutes Shropshire death crash case

Thu, 28 Sep 2017

Mareks Skorobogatovs, 23, of Telford was trying to impress his 26-year-old passenger, Dovile Piktuizyte, when his car left the road near Albrighton.  Skorobogatovs had consumed a large amount of alcohol and combined with his reckless driving led to the death of Miss Piktuizyte. He pleaded guilty to a charge of causing Miss Piktuizyte’s death by careless driving and failing to allow a blood specimen test, as well as a charge of causing death by driving when unlicensed and uninsured. He was also given a six-year driving disqualification and will be banned for at least three years following his release from prison and must take an extended UK driving test.

Read more about the case here https://www.expressandstar.com/news/crime/2017/09/06/death-crash-driver-had-been-drinking-and-was-showing-off/#cwBeUvAMe5RhQF3e.99

 

Antonie Muller is a member of the Crime Group at No5.

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