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Criminal

D was charged with possessing cash while knowing that, believing that or being reckless as to whether or not the said property was the proceeds of criminal conduct contrary to section 7 (1) (A) (i), 7 (1) (B) & 7 (3) of the Criminal Justice Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing Act 2010. The State’s forensic accountant following a detailed analysis of bank statements formed the opinion that he could not have saved the funds seized. The report prepared by the forensic accountant on behalf the defendant clearly showed based on independent evidence that it was possible for the defendant to have saved these funds and have a further balance of approximately 30% available in savings. The defendant was acquitted.

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