Wreckless Driver, Brandon Pardi, Under House Arrest.

The scene took place on Halloween in Notre Dame de I’lle Perrot in 2007, where Brandon Pardi’s dangerous driving caused the death of 3-year-old Biance Leduc. The toddler was hanging Halloween decorations on the front lawn of her caregiver’s home when she was hit by Pardi’s out-of-control car – on his 18th birthday.

Brandon Pardi on June 5th, 2012.

He was found guilty of dangerous driving in December, and in March of 2012, was told not to expect leniency and will be given a “fair” and “appropriate” decision from Judge Michel Mercier on June 5th.

And so, today was Judgement Day for Mr. Pardi.

As he entered the Valleyfield courthouse this morning, he faced a maximum sentence of 14 years in jail. And instead, he walked out with a house-arrest sentence for two years.

The first year will be spent in complete house arrest, meanwhile the second year will be restricted to a 11pm to 7am curfew. He is also banned from having a driver’s permit for the next three years.

Biance Leduc’s mother, Nadine Leduc, leaving today’s sentencing.


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