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Adrian Sutil is to appeal the verdict reached by a Munich court over allegations that he assaulted Genii Capital's Eric Lux last April.

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777 - Unregistered

February 08, 2012 2:54 PM

"We are convinced that this judgment is not appropriate," Sutil's manager Manfred

Totally agree Sutil's punishment was not appropriate
He should have been sent to Prison.

JeffS86

February 08, 2012 3:05 PM

Again, not familiar at all with the legal system in Germany, so please excuse any ignorance.

I'm wondering if Sutil appealing the initial ruling carries the potential risk that a harsher punishment may be handed out (actual jail time rather than a suspended sentence). The article mentions that Hamilton would be requested in the event of a retrial. I would think retrial means possibility of new sentence?

777 - Unregistered

February 08, 2012 3:23 PM

The German prosecutor wants a harsher sentence, Sutil needs to be very careful public opinion is very much against him. A reduction in sentence will not take away a criminal record only reduce the fine

jose - Unregistered

February 08, 2012 3:58 PM

@ 777,
Completely unrealistic, just wondering were you at the trial??
Willing to bet not..One easily see that something about this Dog is not barking true..
On the other had if he was here in Brooklyn and has big cash,
simple Amigo ... Hand over the cash smile for the judge, hit the
road, Forgetaboutit!

Badman, Jose

777 - Unregistered

February 08, 2012 4:15 PM

jose

If you bothered to read respected web sites that don't feature your jumbled rantings all would be made clear even to you....no thinking about it you wouldn't get it




richard

February 08, 2012 6:30 PM

777. of course sutil has every right to appeal. one of his witnesses did not appear, and maybe, just maybe, provided the truth is told, then sutil could actually be found not guilty . do you not believe that proper justice should be allowed to take its course?

if he is still found just as guilty, then the fine stands, but if he is found to be not guilty, he has a right to a clear name.

777 - Unregistered

February 08, 2012 8:10 PM

richard

Are you seriously suggesting there is a possibility of Sutil not being guilty and that there is new evidence to support his claim.
The state prosecutors have also appealed the verdict as they believe the punishment was too lenient. They are obviously certain of his guilt. I find it strange you think he could be found not guilty or do you just post on this forum to provoke debate.I find your reply to me as ridiculous as the other incoherent idiot earlier

richard

February 08, 2012 8:31 PM

777. so anybody who wishes the jucidicial system to take its true course, is, in your eyes, an idiot? charming!

i am making NO judgment, but just stating that sutil has every right to appeal his sentence.

one of his witnesses failed to turn up. so who knows what evidence could be given by that witness.

i hope that you are never a juror in a criminal case.

by the way, what country do you come from? remind me to avoid it.

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