Attorney-at-law Norman Leroy
The jury returned the verdict moments ago in the No. 2 Supreme Court and Justice Randall Worrell remanded him to Dodds Prison pending sentence.
Lynch was found guilty of stealing $50 000 belonging to the estate of Arthur O’Neal Thomas between August 18, 2005 and December 21, 2008.
He was found guilty of stealing $407 634, the proceeds of a FirstCaribbean International Bank cheque made payable to Leroy Lynch and belonging to Thomas’ estate, between June 22, 2007 and December 21, 2008.
He was also found guilty of money laundering in the disposal of $457 634, being the proceeds of crime, also between June 22, 2007 and December 21, 2008.
Senior Crown Counsel Olivia Davis and Crown Counsel Romario Straker prosecuted the case.
Lynch was represented by attorneys-at-law Marlon Gordon, Rico Blackman and Michelle Gibson.
More in Tuesday’s E-paper.