Last chance for Caron and Plate in $24-million fraud trial today

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Lawyers in the $24-million Atlas Copco fraud trial will get their last chance today to make their case to a Sudbury jury. After a week off, the jury in a historic fraud trial in Sudbury goes back to work today. The 14 members of the jury had the time off as lawyers for the prosecution and defence prepared their final submissions.

Atlas Copco: largest fraud trial in Sudbury’s history

Two men are accused of helping to steal millions from the mining supply company. Paul Caron, who is defending himself, will present first, followed by Ralph Steinberg, who is representing Dirk Plate. Then the Crown will address the jury. Justice John Poupore is then expected to charge the jury.

By Harold Carmichael
Read the full article at the The Sudbury Star.