Appeal Court grants stay of law reports fraud proceedings against Nandlall

Former Attorney General Anil Nandlall was on Monday granted a stay of the proceedings before the Magistrate’s Court, where he has been charged with the alleged fraudulent conversion of law reports valued more than $2 million.

The stay was granted by the Court of Appeal and will have effect until that court fully hears and determines Nandlall’s appeal to the charges levelled against him.

That appeal hearing is set to commence on October 1st.

Nandlall had previously been granted an interim stay by the appellate court but it expired on March 20th.When the case came up for hearing before Magistrate Fabayo Azore last Thursday, Nandlall was a no-show and the court indicated that an arrest warrant would be issued for him if he is absent on June 28th, the next date set by the magistrate for the matter to continue…..

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