Calvin Barry speaks outside 361 University Court alongside his client Miguel Oliviera who was accused of leaving the scene of an accident that caused the death of a Toronto cyclist.
His lawyer, Calvin Barry, is asking for a 60-day jail sentence, to be served on weekends, and a one-year driving prohibition. Crown attorney Helen Song wants 12 to 18 months in jail and a five-year ban on driving.
Superior Court Justice Faye McWatt will deliver her ruling on Jan. 12.
Oliveira was driving westbound on Davenport Rd., facing a green light at Lansdowne Ave., when he collided with Samson at approximately 6:43 a.m., according to an agreed statement of facts.
Gallant, Jacques (2015, Dec 21) Parents, widow describe anguish over death of cyclist Tom Samson, The Toronto Star. Retrieved from https://www.thestar.com