Wendel Robinson, the attorney representing the woman charged with death by dangerous driving, has told local media that he intends to fight “tooth and nail” to ensure his client is acquitted
Dayneri Ferrer Vincent-Urlwin was charged on Wednesday with causing death by dangerous driving following the collision that killed Police Constable Robert Dyer on September 4
When she appeared before the Magistrates Court this morning, she was granted bail for $50,000 with an $ 8,000 cash component.
She was also told to surrender all her travel documents and report to the police station three times a week
While expressing sympathy over the death of Dyer jr, Robinson said the officer was reportedly riding at speed when the accident occurred
He also claimed that the police moved with much haste to charge his client without properly investigating the matter
Robinson said it is also suspicious that his client would have been charged one day after the officer’s burial.
Vincent-Urlwin was driving the vehicle that collided with the officer’s motorcycle, which claimed his life
Her next court appearance is scheduled for January next year.