News: Two years less a day for Luangpakham

Sommit Luangpakham was sentenced today to two years less a day by Justice Monique Metivier [see report by Norman Jack and Anna Drahovzal; see also CBC report].  Luangpakham was convicted by a jury of, inter alia, dangerous driving and failing to remain after he struck and injured five cyclists (Mark White, Cathy Anderson, Robert Wein, Rob Harland and Hilary McNamee) on January 19, 2009 while driving his van in Kanata [see David Hollingsworth's review of the evidence of the cyclists in his blog Personal Injury and Accident News]. 
The sentence also included a one year driving prohibition.  

DG Mack