David James Shields: Family feels ‘no justice’ after drink driver avoids jail

Speaking about the evidence Mr Shields had been lying on the road, Mr Brooks said:

Speaking about the evidence Mr Shields had been lying on the road, Mr Brooks said: “He could have been propped up against a bank maybe taking a breather, maybe he had too much drink, maybe he seen the car coming and maybe staggered to get up to move himself and fell into the car – we don’t know.”