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THE High Court today struck out the prosecution’s appeal against the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court’s decision, which allowed the application of former Sabah infrastructure development minister Peter Anthony to stay his sentence and conviction for using falsified documents.
Judge Mohamed Zaini Mazlan struck out the appeal after deputy public prosecutor Haresh Prakash Somiah informed that the prosecution had withdrawn the appeal on October 28.
Zaini said this during today’s case management, which was also attended by lawyer S. Devanandan, representing Peter.,
On August 5, the prosecution filed an appeal against the Sessions Court’s decision, which allowed Peter’s application.
Peter, 51, filed the application to enable him to contest in the November 19 general election.
However, on nomination day on November 5, the Election Commission rejected Peter’s nomination papers to contest the Tenom parliamentary seat on the grounds that Peter still had a pending court case.
On May 26, Sessions Court judge Azura Alwi sentenced Peter to three years’ jail and imposed a fine of RM50,000, in default of which he will have to serve another 15 months, after he was found guilty of forging a letter for a mechanical and electrical systems maintenance work at Universiti Malaysia Sabah in 2014. – Bernama, November 16, 2022.