he case of Harry Dunn’s alleged killer is ready to be heard at a UK court docket for the primary time.
Anne Sacoolas, 45, is accused of inflicting the 19-year-old motorcyclist’s demise by harmful driving following a collision exterior a US army base in Northamptonshire in August 2019.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) mentioned a listening to had been scheduled at Westminster Magistrates’ Court docket on Thursday.
It has not been confirmed whether or not Sacoolas’s attendance on the listening to is required.
The defendant had diplomatic immunity asserted on her behalf by the US authorities following the collision, and was capable of depart the UK 19 days after the incident.
In an announcement confirming the court docket date for Sacoolas, the CPS mentioned: “A listening to has been scheduled for September 29 at Westminster Magistrates’ Court docket.
“We remind everybody that Mrs Sacoolas has a proper to a good trial and there must be no reporting, commentary or sharing of data on-line which may in any manner prejudice any proceedings.”
The Dunn household advised the PA information company they’d not be commenting on the case till the conclusion of prison proceedings.
Sacoolas has initially been anticipated to face court docket for the primary time in January, however the listening to was aborted on the final minute with court docket workers confirming: “The case isn’t prepared subsequently the events and the court docket have agreed to adjourn to a date to be notified.”
The choice to deliver a prison cost towards the US citizen was made in December 2019, when Sacoolas was in the USA.
She is suspected of driving on the unsuitable facet of the highway within the moments previous to the crash with Mr Dunn exterior US army base RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire.
An try at extradition was thwarted by Sacoolas’ declare of diplomatic immunity.