In a night session, Pol L/C Norawich Buadok admitted guilt to the nine costs laid over the incident on January 21 the place opthalmologist Waraluck Supawatjariyakul was hit and killed when the officer’s Ducati motorcycle hit her on a zebra crossing in downtown Ratchethewi, Bangkok.
The 9 expenses include driving a car with no licence plate, utilizing a automobile with out paying the registration payment, having no third-party insurance coverage, driving a vehicle with no facet mirrors, failing to keep to the left lane, dashing, failure to adjust to visitors signs and driving a automobile recklessly.
He will now attend a sentence listening to scheduled for April 7.
Prosecutors have indicted a junior police officer whose bike struck and killed a woman on a zebra crossing in Ratchathewi, Bangkok last month. He was using a Ducati massive bike when he struck the female doctor at an alleged speed of over a hundred kilometres per hour.
The Office of the Attorney-General has introduced that Pol L/C Norawich Buadok will stand trial on nine costs eventuating from the deadly incident. The younger officer was working for the Protection and Crowd Control Division’s sub-division 1.
Pol L/C Norawich has been indicted on costs relating to the demise of opthalmologist Waraluck Supawatjariyakul on January 21. He was current at the prosecutor’s media convention right now on the office of the OAG in Bangkok’s Ratchadapisek Road. After asserting the indictment he was remanded to the Criminal Court for formal arraignment.
The 9 charges embody driving a automobile with no licence plate, using a car with out paying the registration fee, having no third-party insurance coverage, driving a automobile with no facet mirrors, failing to keep to the left lane, dashing, failure to adjust to visitors indicators and driving a car recklessly. Prosecutors have additionally asked the courtroom to suspend or revoke the policeman’s driver’s licence.
Unconventional was impounded by police as they collected evidence through the investigation.
The prosecutor in management of the case says that the Supawatjariyakul family are entitled to file for damages with the Office of the Attorney General although they’ve already filed for 72 million baht in damages within the Civil Court..