Trial set for alleged false documents

Sandra Catron pleads not guilty to nine counts

A five-day trial starting Nov. 16 has been set for a woman accused of uttering false documents at the Government Administration Building. Sandra Catron, the owner of a business and professional training center, pleaded not guilty in Grand Court on Friday to nine counts.

The counts are similarly worded: that between June 1 and August 31, 2012, at the Cayman Islands government headquarters, she knowingly and fraudulently uttered false documents, those documents purporting to be validly issued Certificates of Completion for named individuals.

No other details were given.

Justice Charles Quin asked about mode of trial (whether jury or judge-alone) and defense attorney Nick Hoffman indicated that had not yet been determined.

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