Court to rule next month on case against Nandlall over law reports

Magistrate Fabayo Azore is expected to rule next month on whether a prima facie case has been made out against former Attorney-General Anil Nandlall for the charge that he fraudulently converted over $2 million in law reports

Nandlall, who is being prosecuted by the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU), is alleged to have fraudulently taken or converted 14 law reports, valued at $2,313,853 and property of the Ministry of Legal Affairs, to his own use and benefit between May 8th, 2015 and May 29th, 2015, at Georgetown.

On Monday, SOCU prosecutor Patrice Henry laid over submissions in response to the no-case submission made by the defendant’s attorney, Neil Boston, in association with Glenn Hanoman and others.

The matter was subsequently adjourned until September 24th, when the magistrate is expected to make her ruling.

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