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Pastor cleared of forgery charges

A Grand Court jury of five women and two men returned unanimous not guilty verdicts against charges of forgery and uttering a false document.

Witness refutes claims that pastor forged church documents

In 2012, Murray along with Oral Campbell and Winston Calloo, founded the Bethel Refuge Apostolic Church. From its inception, Murray headed up the church as the main pastor, while the other two men were said to be assistant pastors. Campbell and Calloo were also named in the church’s memorandum and articles of association as directors. However, the two have since denied ever signing any such documents. They also denied giving anyone permission to sign any documents on their behalf.

Pastor on trial for forgery and uttering false documents

The trial of a pastor accused of forging the signatures of his fellow church members and submitting fraudulent documents is under way in the Grand Court.

Another delay in tennis pro fraud case

The theft and forgery case of Robert Todd Seward was delayed again on Friday as the Crown counsel and defense attorneys try to find a path to arraignment and trial.

Man obtains fake passport stamp from acquaintance at liquor store

Alvin Oricho Harriott, 43, was fined $300 on Wednesday after pleading guilty to possession of a forged endorsement of an immigration stamp in his passport.

Tennis club theft charge adjourned to June

The former manager and head professional at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, accused of theft and forgery, appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday, only to have his case adjourned again.

Tennis club pro charged with theft, forgery

The long-serving manager and head professional at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club has been charged with a string of offenses, including theft and forgery, in connection with funds allegedly stolen from the club.

Accountant’s charges sent to Grand Court

Accountant Robert Neil Aspinall, accused of theft of almost half a million dollars, appeared in Summary Court on Monday, when charges against him were committed for trial in the Grand Court.

Elderly theft case: Signature not genuine, expert says

Forensic document examiner Frank Norwich told jurors in the trial of Michelle Bouchard Thursday that a signature he was asked to examine was not genuine.

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