Widow fined $100,000 for forging husband’s will

A woman was yesterday fined $100,000 by a city magistrate after she was found guilty of forging her dead husband’s will.

Liloutie Prasad was charged with forging the will of Sase Narine Ramsaywack, with intent to defraud, on December 11, 2015, at Charlotte Street.

Prasad had pleaded not guilty to the charge.

However, at the conclusion of her trial in Georgetown yesterday, Magistrate Judy Latchman ruled that after considering all the evidence presented to the court by the prosecution, there was sufficient evidence that Prasad was guilty of the crime. Subsequently, the magistrate fined her $100,000 or a default sentence of 18 months in jail.

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