Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd has had his sentence reduced by nearly three months by enchantment judges.
The 31-year-old was jailed after Charlotte Brown was fatally thrown from his boat on the River Thames in December 2015.
Shepherd fled the nation forward of his trial on the Outdated Bailey and was later extradited again to the UK.
The Court docket of Attraction dominated 78 days he spent in custody in Georgia ought to depend as time served.
Legal professionals representing Shepherd argued these 78 days had wrongly not been taken under consideration as a part of an extra four-year consecutive sentence for wounding over an assault on a barman in 2018.
Shepherd didn’t attend the listening to earlier, the place Lord Justice Fulford, Mr Justice Holgate and Sir Roderick Evans made their choice.
The prosecution didn’t elevate any objections.
Shepherd was convicted in his absence in July 2018 of manslaughter by gross negligence and sentenced to 6 years. He handed himself in on the Georgian capital of Tbilisi in January 2019 and was introduced again to the UK to begin his sentence.
After his extradition, Shepherd was additionally sentenced to an extra six months in jail for breaching bail and likewise admitted wounding with intent at Exeter Crown Court docket and was sentenced to 4 years.
The court docket heard he had struck a person with a vodka bottle after being requested to depart a pub in Newton Abbot, Devon.
Shepherd and 24-year-old Ms Brown, from Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, had been out consuming and went on a late-night boat journey on the Thames, his Outdated Bailey trial was advised.
He handed the controls of his boat to Ms Brown moments earlier than the vessel struck a submerged tree and overturned, jurors have been advised.
Shepherd was plucked from the water alive, however Ms Brown was discovered unconscious and unresponsive.