Next month, Anne Sacoolas will go to trial in the United Kingdom for the death of motorcycle rider Harry Dunn

Next month, Anne Sacoolas will go to trial in the United Kingdom for the death of motorcycle rider Harry Dunn

The Crown Prosecution Service said Anne Sacoolas, 44, would appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on January 18 accused with causing the death of the 19-year-old through dangerous driving.

Sacoolas will appear via video link from the US.

On August 27, 2019, a car crashed outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire, killing the teenager.
Sacoolas was granted diplomatic immunity by the US government 19 days after the disaster.

In December 2019, the CPS charged her.
« Despite the obstacles and complexity of this case, we are committed to pursuing justice.

Anne Sacoolas deserves a fair trial. It is vital that no online reporting, criticism, or anything be shared that could jeopardise any proceedings.'
Mrs Sacoolas will now face our judicial system,' Harry's mother, Charlotte Charles, said.

‘It is all we asked for after Harry died.'

‘We've been living without Harry for 16, 17 months now,' Ms Charles confessed earlier this year. Every day is agonisingly awful.'

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