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Amy Tam-Liao and Hsi-Pei Liao are asking drivers to take the #safedrivingpledge on social media.
He has agreed to neither drive nor reapply for a license, thanks to a civil settlement reached with the family this week.
He was neither criminally charged nor forced to pay a fine for killing a toddler.
"This sanction cannot compensate for the harm caused—nothing can. But it affirms our shared understanding that driving is a privilege, not a right."
The Lefevres may gain a modicum of justice next week.
"A year is, frankly, too long for a dangerous, reckless driver to be on the street. Two years is unacceptable."
Administrative law Judge William Lee spends just six seconds questioning the officer at the scene then rendering his verdict.
Short version: Accidents happen.
He was issued summonses for failing to exercise due care and failing to yield to a pedestrian. Both have been tossed by the DMV.
Liao's devastated parents have written a powerful essay demanding that mayor-elect Bill de Blasio take immediate action to make New York's streets safer.
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