Crown appeals no-jail sentence in Pardi case
The Quebec Court of Appeal has agreed to hear the crown's appeal of the sentence in the Brandon Pardi case.
The young man, who turned 18 on the day he hit and killed a little girl in Ile Perrot, was sentenced to serve 2 years less a day in the community, including one year of house arrest.
The crown prosecutor says they've identified 11 points they want to bring up before the court of appeal — including the fact that the sentence is out of line with the sentences given to others who commit the same type of crime.
It's expected the case will be heard in November or December of this year.
On October 31st, 2007, Brandon Pardi crashed his car into a backyard where 3-year-old Bianca Leduc was hanging Halloween decorations with her babysitter.