Garth Allen Mailman
Garth Allen Mailman was convicted by a jury on three counts of using documents capable of being used to obtain a benefit for himself with intent to defraud. The documents were three National Bank deposit forms, the amounts were $7400, $2309.50 and $4060 and the offences respectively occurred on 12 February, 16 April and 24 April 2003.
When sentencing Mr Mailman on 4 November 2004, the day after the jury’s verdicts, the Judge took a starting point of nine months imprisonment for each of the counts on which he had been convicted and reduced that to six months on each for delays in bringing the prosecution. However, that term was ordered to be served cumulatively on a term Mr Mailman was then serving following his conviction on a charge of indecent assaulting a female under 12.
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