Facts of the Case – Christina O'Shea Student’s name Institutional affiliation Facts of the Case – Christina O'Shea The Fraud Ms. O’Shea was hired on 17 November 2008 by Branham Group and given the signing authority over the issues relating to finance like management of the cash flow and the relationship with the bank HSBC. Between 8 December 2009 and August 2010 Ms. O’Shea wrote a total of 54 fraudulent cheques; with 16 being addressed to herself and 38 to Ms. Kim Haybrecker her spouse. The total amount of and the various medical conditions. Taking both sides into account the judge concluded that the real jail was the appropriate disposition for the case and sentenced Ms. O’Shea a custodial term of 18 months and a similar period of probation order. Owing to her educational prowess and resourcefulness a restitution order amounting to $100 000 was also issued in favor of Branham Group and/or B.G. Labs. References Ontario Court of Justice (2017). O’Shea R. V. ONCJ 736 ACFI Fraud Manual 8th Edition. Association of Certified Forensic Investigators of Canada. [...]
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