The date of Borce Ristevski with justice: father imprisoned for killing his wife Karen returns to court as prosecutors try to extend his six-year prison sentence
- Borce Ristevski was imprisoned for at least six years for the manslaughter of wife Karen
- When the time had already passed, he could be released conditionally in December 2023
- Prosecutors offer to extend his prison sentence and an appeal date has been set
Victoria & # 39; s Court of Appeal will consider a bid in November to increase the prison sentence handed over to Melbourne & # 39; s wife killer Borce Ristevski.
Ristevski was imprisoned for at least six years in April after admitting the manslaughter of his wife Karen, but with the time he had already served, he could be released conditionally in December 2023.
On November 13, an appeal is made by the director of the public prosecutor Kerri Judd QC against the maximum sentence of nine years.
Victoria & # 39; s Court of Appeal will consider bidding for Victoria & # 39; s Court of Appeal in November to increase the prison sentence given to Melbourne-woman killer Borce Ristevski (photo with wife Karen, left and their daughter).
Karen Ristevski's body was found covered with twigs in Macedon Regional Park, northwest of Melbourne, eight months after she went missing in June 2016.
Her husband killed her in the Avondale Heights home before she bundled her body in her Mercedes-Benz and played a sad pallbearer at her funeral.
Ristevski should have been on trial for murder, but a court found there was insufficient evidence to secure a conviction and he pleaded murder.
Prosecutors vowed to challenge his prison sentence and labeled it "apparently inadequate."
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