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Allanah was killed instantly and Mr Caldwell seriously injured.
Robinson’s application for a discharge without conviction was dismissed by Judge John Brandts-Giesen in the Queenstown District Court on December 7.
She was convicted and sentenced to home detention for four and a-half months, banned from driving for 18 months, and ordered to pay $20,000 to Mr Caldwell and $15,000 to Allanah’s mother as reparation for emotional harm.
She was also ordered to complete a driving improvement course.
Robinson had earlier admitted charges of aggravated careless driving causing Allanah’s death and aggravated careless driving causing injury to Mr Caldwell.
A nominal hearing date for her appeal has been set down for February 3 in the Invercargill High Court.