A High Court judged has upheld a no case submission against former Transport Board General Manager Harry Josiah
The no case submission was made by defense lawyer Dane Hamilton QC on behalf of his client.
Josiah and Genevieve Phillip have been acquitted of all 12 charges.
More information to follow. (NEWSCO)
Josiah was first charged in mid-March 2015 with three counts of corruption; three counts of larceny; six counts of forgery; six counts of uttering; and three counts of obtaining vehicles by virtue of false documents – offences that were allegedly committed over the period of December 2009 to December 2010.