A web designer convicted of killing his date in a speedboat crash on the Thames has launched an appeal – despite being on the run.
An international manhunt has been launched to find a “cowardly” speedboat owner sentenced to six years’ imprisonment in his absence for killing his date in a crash on the River Thames.
The family of 24-year-old Charlotte Brown who was killed when she was thrown from a speedboat belonging to Jack Shepherd have pleaded with him to attend court to face sentence.
A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of a web designer accused over the death of his date in a speedboat crash.
A man accused of killing his date in a speedboat crash on the Thames has “chosen” not to give evidence in his defence, a court has heard.