Attorney General refuses to challenge sentence of delivery driver who killed cyclist while high on cocaine – road.cc
An appeal under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme was rejected after the driver was sentenced to seven years in prison for killing father-of-two Stephen White
Ryan Mallon Dec 10, 2021
An appeal to increase the prison sentence of a Yodel delivery driver who killed a cyclist while driving under the influence of cocaine and cannabis has been rejected by the Attorney General’s Office.
In May 2020 Jonathon Ramsbottom, 37, collided head-on with 54 year old father-of-two Stephen White (pictured) in Todmorden, West Yorkshire. White, who was training for an Ironman event, suffered serious head injuries and died in hospital shortly after.