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Court judgement reduced drastically on appeal

Insufficient evidence led to the Court of Appeal to reduce a sentence condemning Jonathan Farrugia to nine months imprisonment and to an eight hundred euro fine, to that of a fifty Euro a fine.

Farrugia was found guilty of aggravated possession of cocaine and cannabis in 2009. Judge Giovanni Grixti said that although the First Court judgment was detailed and legally sound the Court still had lingering doubts over whether Farrugia should have been found guilty because of a disagreement between him and a witness on his workplace.

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