Former insurance clerk charged with CBT

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  • Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014

SHAH ALAM: A former executive clerk at an insurance company was accused of criminal breach of trust involving RM15,331.80. 

Shazreela Yahya, 34, pleaded not guilty at a Sessions Court here to six counts of criminal breach of trust allegedly committed at Syarikat Sag Risk Management Sdn Bhd, Persiaran Raja Muda Musa in Klang near here, between April 15 and Aug 29, last year. 

DPP Asma Nadiah Abd Rahman offered bail at RM7,000 with one surety for all charges. 

Lawyer V. Shalini Devi, who represented the accused, asked for a lower amount. 

"The accused is married with four children," she said on Wednesday. 

Judge G. Ramesh granted bail at RM9,000 with two sureties for all charges and ordered the accused to surrender her passport. 

The case is fixed for mention on Feb 14. 

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