Harold Brady's fraud trial fails to get underway
The trial of attorney-at-law Harold Brady on fraud charges, failed to start this morning because of an incomplete case file.
Brady was expected to be tried in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on a charge of fraudulent conversion.
The matter has now been pushed back to October 20 for a plea and case management hearing.
Peter Champagnie, who appeared for one of the complainants told The Gleaner/Power 106 News Centre that the prosecution does not have all the documents to proceed to trial.
In April, the Crown indicated that it was ready.
Brady, who was charged in March, is accused of failing to pay over $37 million from the sale of a St Andrew property for $51 million.
He has denied the allegations.