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Clerk in court

Luke Rawalai
Wednesday, April 09, 2014

THE assistant court officer arrested for alleged sexual-related cases has been bailed by the Labasa Magistrates Court.

Rajinesh Pillay appeared before magistrate Neelan Thushara, charged with two counts of sexual assault and a count of indecent assault.

The court bailed him for $200 on Monday.

Magistrate Thushara allowed bail on the condition that Mr Pillay did not interfere with the witnesses and the victim and that he not reoffend.

Police prosecutor Inspector Kaiava Sadrau told the court he had no objection to the bail conditions since Mr Pillay would be transferred to Suva.

He told the court Mr Pillay would not be able to interfere with the victim who worked at the Labasa courthouse.

Magistrate Thushara also ordered Mr Pillay to appear at the Nasinu Police Station every week as part of his bail conditions.

His case has been adjourned to June 9.








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