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The mother of four Alicia Little (photo), 41, was run over and killed after a heated argument with her drunken partner Charles Evans, 45, in their Kyneton house on December 28, 2017

The son of a woman who was killed by her fiancé when he mowed her in a drunken cruelty with a car broke into tears amid news that the criminal could already be released next year.

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The mother of four Alicia Little, 41, was run over and killed after a heated argument with her drunken partner Charles Evans, 45, in their home in Kyneton, rural Victoria, on December 28, 2017.

Speak against An ongoing case, her son Artaki struggled to control his emotion as he talked about the devastating loss of her mother.

& # 39; I want to tell Mom that I want to give her a hug. That's all I want, & he said.

& # 39; People think I am the person who is always happy, but I am not. & # 39;

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The mother of four Alicia Little (photo), 41, was run over and killed after a heated argument with her drunken partner Charles Evans, 45, in their Kyneton house on December 28, 2017

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The mother of four Alicia Little (photo), 41, was run over and killed after a heated argument with her drunken partner Charles Evans, 45, in their Kyneton house on December 28, 2017

Speaking with A Current Affair, her son, Artaki (photo), struggled to hold back his tears as he talked about her mother's devastating loss

Speaking with A Current Affair, her son, Artaki (photo), struggled to hold back his tears as he talked about her mother's devastating loss

Speaking with A Current Affair, her son, Artaki (photo), struggled to hold back his tears as he talked about her mother's devastating loss

Evans was first accused of murder by the police, but made a plea with prosecutors and had his charges lowered to dangerous driving causing death and failed to provide assistance after a motorcycle accident.

He pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to four years behind bars, but could be a free man next year.

The family received another blow this week when the Attorney General told them that no appeal could be lodged against Evans' sentence.

Mrs. Little had had an abusive relationship with Evans four years before her death.

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Hours before she was killed, she texted her mother informing her that she broke up.

& # 39; A lot of drama is coming in the next 24 hours & # 39 ;, she wrote. She then called triple zero and begged the police for help.

Alicia & # 39; s brother Bronson said: & All essential things from her were packed and ready to go. She called Triple Zero and asked to remove Mr. Evans from the site because he was intoxicated, violent and insulting. & # 39;

Evans then plowed his Toyota Hilux into Mrs. Little at the back of their property, causing her to die from & # 39; catastrophic injuries & # 39; including severe bone trauma and cuts in the liver, and the police found her & # 39; foaming on the mouth & # 39 ;.

He had introduced her just a few weeks before the fatal incident.

Evans (photo) pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to four years behind bars, but could be a free man next year
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Evans (photo) pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to four years behind bars, but could be a free man next year

Evans (photo) pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to four years behind bars, but could be a free man next year

Mrs. Little (left) had an abusive relationship with Evans (right) four years before her death

Mrs. Little (left) had an abusive relationship with Evans (right) four years before her death

Mrs. Little (left) had an abusive relationship with Evans (right) four years before her death

Mrs. Little & # 39; s family was left destroyed by Evans & # 39; jail term of four years.

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& # 39; Killing someone for four years. For taking someone's life. I just don't succeed, & Bronson said.

& # 39; Alicia was hit, crushed and left to die. I have to live with that for the rest of my life, because he took her from us, & said her mother, Lee.

Mrs. Little & # 39; s family was left destroyed after Evans was sentenced to just four years in prison

Mrs. Little & # 39; s family was left destroyed after Evans was sentenced to just four years in prison

Mrs. Little & # 39; s family was left destroyed after Evans was sentenced to just four years in prison

Mrs. Little had called the police on several occasions about allegations of abuse against Evans (photo of Little Little supporters out of court)

Mrs. Little had called the police on several occasions about allegations of abuse against Evans (photo of Little Little supporters out of court)

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Mrs. Little had called the police on several occasions about allegations of abuse against Evans (photo of Little Little supporters out of court)

Mrs. Little & # 39; s aunt, Kelly, appeared in court during Evans' conviction and said the judges and prosecutors could not hear the whole story.

& # 39; We were not allowed to show Alicia's & # 39; s face. We were not allowed to wear the white or purple ribbons for domestic violence, & she said.

& # 39; We were not allowed to mention domestic violence. Nothing was allowed to come out and we were only allowed to do it after the conviction. & # 39;

Former chief magistrate Nick Pappas said that judges can only do what they get.

& # 39; And in this case, the prosecution has of course ruled that they have no reasonable prospect of sentencing for the more serious allegations. & # 39;

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The court had previously heard how Mrs. Little had called the police and begged for help before the car hit her (photo: Mrs. Little & # 39; s friends and family outside the court)

The court had previously heard how Mrs. Little had called the police and begged for help before the car hit her (photo: Mrs. Little & # 39; s friends and family outside the court)

The court had previously heard how Mrs. Little had called the police and begged for help moments before the car hit her (photo: Mrs. Little & # 39; s friends and family outside the court)

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