We won't know if 'chair girl' will serve jail time for another month
We still don't know if 'chair girl' will serve jail time.
The sentencing hearing for the 20-year-old woman who threw a chair off a downtown Toronto balcony over a busy highway last year has been put over until March 12th.
A Crown prosecutor says Marcella Zoia, who threw a chair off a downtown Toronto high-rise balcony, is ``lucky she didn't kill someone.''
The prosecution is seeking a four-to-six-month jail sentence for Zoia, 20, who pleaded guilty in November to mischief causing danger to life.
The defence is seeking a suspended sentence that would mean Zoia would not spend time behind bars.
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