man whose driving caused the deaths of two cyclists, 20 years apart, should be jailed and banned from driving for life, according to the Crown Office.
Gary McCourt was banned from driving for five years after being found guilty of causing the death of Audrey Fyfe, 75, in Edinburgh in August 2011.
He was also sentenced to carry out 300 hours of community service.
McCourt, 49, was jailed for causing another cyclist's death in 1985.
At the Appeal Court in Edinburgh the solicitor general argued that the trial sheriff should have imposed a custodial sentence and a lifetime driving ban given that he had caused another cyclist's death.
Judges have retired to produce a written statement.