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Flagman launched a Press Conference on June 2, 2022

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Founder Cindy Iodice, and joined by Senator Richard Blumentha.
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In this landmark case Dean Robert was sentenced under the full extent of CT's Slow Down Move Over Law;
however the the judge neglected to sentence Robert to the maximum amount of time in jail. Every responder
who works on America's roadways should be outraged.
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If only CT's Slow Down Move Over Law included mandatory jail time...
Flagman needs your support. If you stand with Flagman, show your support: repost Flagman posts (#istandwithflagman,#westandwithflagman) donate to Flagman so we can get to work educating the driving public, advocate for stronger laws and stiffer penalties, show yourself and use your voice.
Dean Robert guilty of:
1. Manslaughter in the 2nd degree with a motor vehicle
2. Reckless Driving
3. DUI
4. Failure to Slow Down and Move Over
Total effective sentence:
A.10 years, execution suspended after 4.5 years and 5 years probation.
B. $2000 per year of probation ($10,000) paid to Flagman Inc
C. 500 Hours of community service
D. Five victim impac panels- one each year of probation
E. Substance abuse and mental health treatment as deemed appropriate by probation
F. Ignition interlock device for 2 years



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Watching Jay Lynk wheel himself to the podium and rise up and out of his wheelchair to stand on his permanently damaged legs was a chicken skin moment for the team at Flagman during our June 2 press conference following the lenient sentence imposed on Dean Robert for killing our brother tow operator Corey Iodice.




Jay’s determination to stand and courage to speak about how his life has been forever changed by a reckless driver who failed to slow down and move over (SDMO) was an incredible display of perseverance and tenacity witnessed by Senator Blumenthal and everyone present that day. Senator Blumenthal vowed to write new legislation to strengthen CT SDMO laws.




Please consider supporting the FlagmanSafety.com’s mission to save lives and prevent serious injury from

happening to our first responders.





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