CRIMINAL CASE

Not Guilty of Stealing from Employer and Police Ordered to Pay Costs

Larceny by Clerk or Servant

Our client was a working for a large Australian telecommunications company when he allegedly ordered six iPhones worth $4000, without authorisation, using his user name and password. Police alleged that he in fact received and kept the phones without paying for them, and charged him with ‘larceny as a clerk or servant’ under section 156 ... read more ...
CRIMINAL CASE

Larceny Charges Dismissed and Costs Ordered Against Police

Larceny by Clerk or Servant

The Magistrate in Burwood Local Court found our 27 year old client from Blacktown ‘not guilty’ of ‘steal property as clerk / servant’ charges and then ordered police to pay our client’s legal costs. Our client was the Manager of a Factory Outlet Centre in Homebush Bay. Police alleged that she defrauded her employer of ... read more ...