Brian Hampton Appeal should be rejected and sentence increased
Responsible department: Ministry of Justice
BRIAN Hampton will appeal the six-year sentence handed to him following his conviction over the crash that killed Jade Clark
Hampton, 58, a former paramedic, was found guilty by a jury following just 51 minutes of deliberations at Bourne-mouth Crown Court.
He was sent to prison for causing the crash and then attempting to evade justice.
Hairdresser Jade, who was just 16, was struck by Hampton’s Volvo XC90 as she travelled along the A31 near Ringwood on the evening of February 24 this year.
Cruel Hampton, himself a father-of-two, briefly stopped at the scene before driving off, which left the youngster exposed to fast-moving traffic.
She was struck by one or more vehicles and died at the scene from her injuries.
This man has shown no remorse, no acceptance of his crime, and has proven he cares little about the victims family.
The fact that this man was given the lesser part of his sentence for causing a death needs redress.
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