The fathers of two of the victims of the tragic Greta bus crash last June will meet with the NSW Attorney General today in a desperate bid to have manslaughter charges reinstated against the driver Brett Button.

News Limited reports Matt Mullen and Adam Bray the fathers of Rebecca Mullen and Zach Bray who died in the in the crash along with 8 others, with plead the case against the Director of Public Prosecutions’ decision to withdraw the charges during a plea deal with Mr Button.

They’ve sought legal advice after an agreed statement of facts signed by Mr Button said he would’ve been under the influence of the prescribed painkilling opiate Tramadol at the time of the crash to a degree that his driving ability would’ve been impaired.  

Under the plea deal, 10 charges of manslaughter were withdrawn and substituted with 10 charges of dangerous driving causing death – the lesser charge carrying a maximum gaol term of 10 years, compared to a maximum of 25 years for manslaughter.