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Margarita Tomovska (photo) appeared on Friday at the local court of Wollongong, where her plea was quickly rejected but could cut off five months of her sentence

& # 39; Mercedes Mum & # 39; loses the bid to sit her prison sentence at home after leading the police at 232 km / h pursuit with her daughter, 3, unrestrained in the car

  • Margarita Tomovska & # 39; s plea to serve a sentence at home was rejected on Friday
  • She was sentenced to 18 months in prison with a non-conditional release of nine months
  • The 28-year-old had successfully shortened five months of no conditional release
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A mother who led the police with a pursuit of 232 km / h has lost her attempt to sit her 18-month prison sentence at home.

Margarita Tomovska appeared on Friday at the local court in Wollongong, where the plea was rejected, despite the fact that the 28-year-old managed to give a five-month discount on her no conditional release.

Last month, she was sentenced to 18 months in prison, with nine months to serve before she was eligible for conditional release.

Margarita Tomovska (photo) appeared on Friday at the local court of Wollongong, where her plea was quickly rejected but could cut off five months of her sentence

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Margarita Tomovska (photo) appeared on Friday at the local court of Wollongong, where her plea was quickly rejected but could cut off five months of her sentence

Last month, the 28-year-old (photo) was sentenced to 18 months in prison, with nine months to serve before she is eligible for conditional release

Last month, the 28-year-old (photo) was sentenced to 18 months in prison, with nine months to serve before she is eligible for conditional release

Last month, the 28-year-old (photo) was sentenced to 18 months in prison, with nine months to serve before she is eligible for conditional release

The mother-of-one led the police on a 10 km chase where she reached a speed of 232 km / h, with a man, Christopher King, and an uninhibited three-year-old girl in the car.

Judge Andrew Haesler shortened her nine-month conditional release to four months, despite saying it & # 39; not deserved & # 39; used to be.

& # 39; That crime was so serious that I do not believe that the community appreciates or understands that such leniency is being extended and, to be honest, it is not earned, & # 39; said Judge Haesler, The Daily Telegraph reported.

& # 39; That said, the purpose of the conviction can be served by both the non-conditional period and the main penalty. & # 39;

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Tomovska is eligible for release on February 16, 2020.

The mother-of-one (photo) led the police on a 10 km chase where she reached a speed of 232 km / h, with a man, Christopher King, and an unrestrained three-year-old girl in the car

The mother-of-one (photo) led the police on a 10 km chase where she reached a speed of 232 km / h, with a man, Christopher King, and an unrestrained three-year-old girl in the car

The mother-of-one (photo) led the police on a 10 km chase where she reached a speed of 232 km / h, with a man, Christopher King, and an unrestrained three-year-old girl in the car

Tomovska (photo) is eligible for release on February 16, 2020 after her non-conditional period has ended

Tomovska (photo) is eligible for release on February 16, 2020 after her non-conditional period has ended

Tomovska (photo) is eligible for release on February 16, 2020 after her non-conditional period has ended

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