His actions led to the death of a popular seven year old boy. Having already served just over half that, 43 year old Clifford, of Dartmouth Crescent, Bilston, was able to immediately return to his former life. Clifford, who owned the vehicle jointly with his wife but did not have a full licence, pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicle taking at Wolverhampton Crown Court in April. He was jailed for two years, but yesterday, in a hearing at London's Criminal Appeal Court, Lord Justice Maurice Kay, Mr Justice Jack and Mr Justice Simon, cut the sentence to six months. Mr Justice Simon said that, although he had taken the car without his wife's consent, the boy's death had been an accident which Clifford could not have avoided. Clifford, who has a motorcycle licence and experience of fork lift trucks, took the car for a drive after becoming upset on October 1. But tragedy struck when seven year old Keilyn, a pupil at Hurst Hill Primary School, Coseley, stepped from behind a parked car in Childs Avenue, Woodcross, in Wolverhampton. Witnesses said there was no way that Clifford could have seen the boy or that he was driving badly or speeding. But Clifford failed to stop and drove home, before going to a police station to tell officers he thought he had hit something. Today his lawyers appeared at the Appeal Court to argue that the sentence imposed was "manifestly excessive" on the grounds that there had been no aggravating factors in the offence. Allowing the appeal, Mr Justice Simon said: "Having considered all the submissions, we have concluded that the sentence of two years immediate imprisonment was too long by a factor which entitles this court to intervene. "We make no criticism of the recorder, who faced a very difficult sentencing exercise. "No sentence will be adequate to reflect the loss of a child." By Nick Pritchard This man(and I use this term lightly as what I want to call him is not printable) had no licence and decided he wanted to go for a little drive. He drove past a school and hit a 7 year old child yes a 7 year old some poor familys baby and could not even be bothered to stop killing him. He should not be let out just after 3 months . is that all a childs life is worth 3 months !! This sends out the wrong message to these idiots who think it OK to drive around with no Insurance, Tax or even a driving licence. He will be able to get on with his life as normal the parents of Keilyn will be living a life sentence , they will not get the opportunity to have their sentence reduced they have to live each and every day without the son. I currently taking driving lessons and one of the major things that I have learnt, which may of avoided or at least lessoned injuries to the poor child, is the emergancy stop. As this person has no licence and probably no intention of ever getting one, then obviously he wouldn know this potentially life saving maneuver. People like him need to be stopped and sufficiently penalised. One wonders how he would feel if someone did the same to his child under the same circumstances and how he would feel if they got exactly the same sentance as he did. My thoughts and prayers go out to the poor boys family Everyone has a duty to obey the law of the land, had this scum carried out that duty he would not have been driving a car along that stretch of road, had he obeyed that duty the car he was driving would not have come into contact with that child, end of argument, he was guilty of causing the death of a child. 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