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DPP halts case against attorney, medical doctor

Published:Thursday | March 24, 2016 | 3:51 PM
Llewellyn ... the nolle prosequi was entered solely so that the proceedings against the accused may be restarted afresh pending further investigations.

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewellyn has halted the fraud case against Kingston-based attorney Peter Millingen and medical doctor Dane Levy.

The DPP entered a nolle prosequi in the matter Thursday in court.

Llewellyn says the nolle prosequi was entered solely so that the proceedings against the accused may be restarted afresh pending further investigations.

Millingen was represented by attorney at law Tom Tavares Finson while Levy was represented by attorneys at law Bert Samuels and Stacey Knight.

Millingen and Levy were charged last November by the police with forgery, conspiracy to defraud, uttering a forged document, and demanding property by means of forged document.

They were accused of forging the will of deceased hotelier John Sinclair.