A local judge should re-evaluate the four-year sentence he gave to the driver in the Woodmore Elementary School fatal bus crash case because prosecutors "actively suppressed" potentially helpful information from his legal team, a motion filed Friday states.

Defense attorney Amanda Dunn said Hamilton County District Attorney General Neal Pinkston dismissed a witness's aggravated domestic assault charges the day before that witness took the stand in April and convinced a judge to give Dunn's client, Johnthony Walker, the maximum possible punishment.

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