Renata G on her way to court

Renata G was sentenced on Monday to four years imprisonment for reckless homicide and an additional nine months for driving without a licence and false documentation. Archive photo.

12-07-2019ALEJANDRO SEPULVEDA

The drunk driver who killed 15-year-old Paula Fornés remains at liberty. The judge has rejected a demand from the family that 46-year-old Renata G. should enter prison immediately.

She was sentenced on Monday to four years imprisonment for reckless homicide and an additional nine months for driving without a licence and false documentation; the Polish licence she had was fake. She was also ordered to pay compensation of 173,688 euros to the family and fined 1,800 euros.

There has been no statement to indicate when she might enter prison.

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BRITBABE / Hace about 1 year

She perhaps needs the extra time to go shop-lifting to pay the fines.

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Britbabe / Hace about 1 year

This woman needs to do her Christmas shopping before she goes to jail. Then it will be Christmas and New Year to celebrate. The fact that she´d killed someone driving while drunk, with false papers, no licence, fake Polish licence doesn´t really matter. Such a kind judge. WHAT !!!!!!!!!

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Mina / Hace about 1 year

What???? You’ve got to be kidding. She belongs behind bars now.

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Mike / Hace about 1 year

I thought our justice system was run by clowns , but at least when sentenced you go to jail you do not pass go or collect 2 hundred pounds ! yours is just beyond belief

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John Parkinson / Hace about 1 year

If the person killed by a drunk driver was a family member of the judge would he be happy that the person who did it was still free even though given a jail sentence?

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