State prosecutor to examine Patrick's drunk driving case

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March 10, 2011 15:26

 
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State Prosecutor Moshe Lador requested from police the details for the case where Mark Patrick drove drunk and ran over a three-year-old girl, paralyzing her all over her body. Lador said that circumstances surrounding the case were unknown to him because police dealt with the prosecution.

The Green Light organization, a safe driving organizations seeking to make change in Israel's driving culture, said in response to the case that stricter punishments must be administered to traffic violators.

Patrick was sentenced to community service and a fine equal to NIS 1,000.

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