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Magistrate George Gives More Time In Radrodro Case

The prosecution was told that defence had not filed the submissions for no case to answer Magistrate Waleen George has given more time for the defence and the Fiji Independent
25 Oct 2016 11:00
Magistrate George Gives More Time In Radrodro Case

The prosecution was told that defence had not filed the submissions for no case to answer

Magistrate Waleen George has given more time for the defence and the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption to file submissions for  a no case to answer in the Sainiana Waqainabete Radrodro case.

Radrodro is charged by FICAC with 11 counts of obtaining financial advantage by deception.

She is alleged to have obtained financial advantage by falsely using the then Minister for Works’ name to obtain a total of $9560 on over 11 separate occasions between May 2010 and June 2011.

Magistrate George informed the prosecution that defence lawyer Akuila Naco had not filed the submissions for no case to answer as he was facing some difficulties in getting the transcripts (court minutes).

The court has given both parties until November 16 to file their submissions for no case to answer.

The court has been adjourned to December 7 for ruling on the no case to answer application.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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