A 20-YEAR-OLD man will be sentenced early next year for his part in setting fire to a car after it was involved in a hit and run death.
Daniel Robinson, of Eastlands in Almondbury, had been due to be sentenced for perverting the course of justice last week.
But his case will now be heard before Bradford Crown Court during the week starting January 9.
He was a passenger in a car which knocked over and killed charity fundraiser and church organist Tony Robinson last December.
Pedestrian Mr Robinson, 56, died after he was hit by a car driven by banned driver Ashley Patrice.
Patrice, 23, of Northgate, Almondbury, was jailed for just over two years last month after admitting perverting the course of justice and driving while banned.
The prosecution decided to offer no evidence against him for causing death by dangerous driving.
Mr Robinson was killed on December 1 last year when he was hit by a Rover car driven by Patrice on Lane Head Road in Shepley.
Patrice and Daniel Robinson were in the car with two women.
They dropped the women off and then set the Rover on fire to destroy evidence - which led to the charge that they perverted the course of justice.
Tony Robinson's children, 20-year-old Lucinda and Giles, 19, feel they have had no proper justice for their father's death.
The brother and sister - who live in Netherton - said: "Ashley Patrice, albeit now serving a prison sentence for perverting the course of justice and other driving offences, is not actually serving a sentence for killing Tony, even though he admitted he was driving illegally at the time.
"This is not justice.
"It beggars belief that there is no law whereby an illegal driver can be punished for killing someone.
"The law is due to be changed, but the penalties are likely to be a mockery - possibly two years in jail. Only half a sentence is usually served, which means taking a human life is only worth one year."
Lucinda and Giles have urged people to bombard their MPs with letters to push for a change in the law to make sentences harsher.