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In ten months time the teenager who admitted killing in an Adelaide mother in a high speed crash at Bedford Park, will walk free.
The hoon was today sentenced to 3 years and 4 months behind bars, with 18 months non-parole.
But with time served, the 15 year old can apply for his freedom as early next year.
He's also been disqualified from driving for 10 years.
The teen confessed to being at the wheel of a stolen ute that slammed into Nicole Tucker's car at the Main South Road-Southern Expressway intersection in October last year.
The mother-of-two was killed instantly.
Police say he was driving at 188 km/h just two seconds before impact.
In an earlier court appearance, Tucker's family called the teenager "irresponsible scum" and that he should have died, not Nicole.
Today they said "there will never be real justice for us, never."