Britain’s Prince Philip, 97, won’t be prosecuted over automotive crash
Britain’s Prince Philip, in his function as Captain Common, Royal Marines, attends a Parade to mark the finale of the 1664 International Problem, on the Buckingham Palace Forecourt, in central London, Britain August 2, 2017.
Philip, who escaped with out harm on Jan. 17 when the Land Rover he was driving flipped in a collision with a automotive near the royals’ Sandringham residence in jap England, voluntarily gave up his driving licence earlier this month.
“We took into consideration the entire circumstances on this case, together with the extent of culpability, the age of the driving force and the give up of the driving licence,” the CPS’ Chris Lengthy stated in a press release.
“We’ve determined that it could not be within the public curiosity to prosecute.”