Woman denies theft but admits false accounting

| 19/12/2017

(CNS): Nadia Mirinda Powery will face a Grand Court trial next year after pleading not guilty to stealing CI$19,000 from Saxon Insurance earlier this year. Powery also denied charges of forgery relating to a letter of termination but admitted falsifying records for gain when she pleaded guilty Friday to a charge of false accounting. No other details were revealed in the public courtroom when the local woman appeared for arraignment. She was bailed until trial, which has been confirmed for 4 June and is expected to last five days. She will be represented by defence attorney Richard Barton.


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  1. Traveling Man says:

    Did you ever wonder how many people leave the Cayman Islands before their trial date finally arrives?