Sentencing for a German tourist who ran a stop sign in Christchurch, causing the death of a Canterbury woman, has been adjourned to allow for restorative justice to take place.
Daniel Muller, 26, failed to stop at the intersection of Goulds and Leeston Roads in February and crashed into another car, killing the driver, 54-year-old Stephanie Anne Ellis.
Muller pleaded guilty in the Christchurch District Court last month to operating a motor vehicle carelessly causing death.
In an email, the court has advised tomorrow's appearance has been adjourned to allow for restorative justice to take place.
Muller's case has been adjourned to 24 March and he is due to leave the country two days later.