(Ulsan = News) Yoo Jae-hyeong reporter = sentenced to death for a man in his 40s who was injured by refusing to order to get out of the car when he was caught in a drought crackdown and hanging the police off his car.
The twelfth sentence of the Ulsan District Court (Judge Kim Kwan-gu, Deputy Judge) announced on June 15 that he was sentenced to a year and six months in jail for A (43), who was charged with special public execution prevention and violation of road traffic law (unlicensed driving).
The court also ordered B (52, female), charged with violating road traffic law (unlicensed driving), for two months of probation for four months in prison.
Mr. A was accused of causing three weeks of injuries by hanging a police officer in his car, trying to escape and refused to get out of the car when he was arrested on a road near a motel in Yangsan, Gyeongnam, in October last year. .
He was sentenced to six months' imprisonment for four months of imprisonment for drunk driving in September 2015, followed by two years of probation, and in September 2016 for violating legal offenses for escaping specific crimes.
Mr. B was accused of driving three unlicensed driving in October 2019, driving a car about 44.8 km from an apartment in Gimhae, Gyeongnam to Yangsan, without a driver's license.
The court said, “A defendant was sentenced to imprisonment because he was driving a car while his driver's license was revoked, interfering with the police's rightful drunk driving, and injuring the police officer with a car. Said.
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