A hit and run driver allegedly killed a young mother-of-two enjoying a rare night out with friends, a court heard today.
Rhiannon Hall, 21, was struck by Alex Barnett’s car in Cheam, south London, on October 16 2020 and she died in hospital.
Miss Hall, of Sutton, left behind two little girls, with one who had her third birthday just one day before her mother died last year.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Barnett appeared at the Old Bailey dressed in a charcoal suit and burgundy tie today and denied causing death by careless driving at the Old Bailey.
The 28-year-old had earlier admitted failing to stop at the scene of a collision and failing to report a collision.
Judge Rebecca Trowler QC told Barnett: ‘There will be a further case management hearing in your case on August 17 this year by when a decision will be made about where a trial will take place.’
Barnett, of Cheam, denies causing death by careless driving. He was unconditionally bailed.
Rhiannon Hall, 21, (pictured) was hit by Alex Barnett’s car on London Road, Cheam, south London, on October 16 last year and died in hospital four days later. Barnett denied causing death by careless driving at the Old Bailey today
Doting mother-of-two Miss Hall was struck by the car in Cheam, Surrey, while walking near a