Women on charges of swearing falsely

Sandra O’Reilly

TWO women were, on Thursday, February 21, 2019, arraigned before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court for the charges of swearing to false information.

Shiroon Mohatoo of Sideline Dam, LaPenitence, and Sandra O’Reilly of Middle Road, LaPenitence, were separately charged.

The charge against Mohatoo alleged that, on June 24, 2006, at Georgetown, while being an applicant for the grant of a letter of Administration for the administration of an estate for William Judeep Persaud (deceased), she knowingly swore to false information in an oath of intended administratrix #620/06.

Shiroon Mohatoo

Meanwhile, it is alleged that O’Reilly, on September 17, 2008, at Georgetown, while being the substitute attorney for Marie Ali and Juliet Josephine Sophia DeSouza, who were named as executors and trustees of William Judeep Persaud (deceased), she swore to false information in Affidavit of Vesting title.

The women both pleaded not guilty to the charge. Mohatoo was represented by attorney-at-law Bernard DaSilva while O’Reilly was represented by Everton Singh-Lammy.
With no objection raised by police prosecutor Stephen Telford, the women were granted $20,000 bail each. The matter was adjourned until February 25, 2019.