Hit-an-run driver convicted of negligent homicide in plea bargain agreement

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February 12, 2014 19:42

 
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The Lod District Court on Wednesday convicted hit-and-run driver Shoshan Baraby in a plea bargain agreement for the deaths of three members of a family in Netanya in August 2012.

Despite having been charged with drunken manslaughter, Baraby was ultimately convicted of less severe charges, including: negligently causing death while driving, leaving the victims behind after causing them harm, obstruction of justice, witness intimidation and use and possession of drugs.

His sentencing hearing is set for April 29.

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