Magistrate jailed 58 years for graft

Wrong side of the law: Magistrate Mohamad Amin at the Sessions Court in Kuantan. — Bernama

KUANTAN: A magistrate who used to pass judgment on wrongdoing found himself on the other end of the law when he was found guilty of six counts of corruption.

Mohamad Amin Shahul Hamid, 41, was sentenced to a total of 58 years’ jail and a RM1.05mil fine in default 72 months’ in prison after Sessions Court judge Ahmad Zamzani Mohd Zain ruled that the defence had failed to raise reasonable doubt in its case.

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