Henry Bett: Crash son of former PCC freed on appeal after death crash

Stephen Bett and Henry Bett Image copyright Chris Radburn
Image caption Henry Bett, pictured with his father Stephen, was jailed for three-and-a-half years in August 2015

A former Norfolk police and crime commissioner's son jailed for killing a woman in a crash has been freed by the London Appeal Court.

Henry Bett, 27, of Thornham, near Hunstanton, son of Stephen Bett, was jailed for three and a half years in August 2015.

He was convicted of causing the death of Rebecca Brown, 43, by dangerous driving in a December 2013 collision.

The court quashed the conviction and ordered his immediate release on bail.

The three Appeal Court judges also said he must be re-tried.

Mr Bett, of Ling Farm Cottages, Thornham, pleaded not guilty in 2015 to death by dangerous driving, but was convicted by a Peterborough Crown Court jury.

The court ordered that no details of the arguments in Mr Bett's appeal could be published for legal reasons.

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