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Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by stefanweeks: 4:57pm On Dec 06
subcbouy:
Ironically, there is no database used for him being called ex ConVict.

U did be surprised
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by lawani: 5:02pm On Dec 06
The Complainant can still make you pay by charging you to a civil case and getting a judgement saying that you should pay
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by sureheaven(m): 5:02pm On Dec 06
God is not an author of confusion


He confuses the wise with foolishness according to the bible. So keep quiet if u aren't sure of what to say next time
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by amzee(m): 5:02pm On Dec 06
rhames:



Under no circumstnce should the police hold you for more than forty eight hours. Thats another civil action you can take against the police.
I was arrested on a thursday and courts dnt work on saturdays. Was taken to court on tuesday. I actually created a Nollywood scene at the police station when i was shouting at the top of my voice that i want to see the DPO.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by amzee(m): 5:04pm On Dec 06
rhames:



Thats a kangaroo trial. That trial and judgment was planned and executed.

If the court can advocate for amicable settlement,why did it turn to send you to jail?
The court can get a lawyer for you if you dont have. Whenever you are in a dire situation like this,ask for the leave of the court for you to get a lawyer to defend your case. Some lawyers present at the court will defend you when you ask for their assistance. The absence of a lawyer defending you made your case worse. Dont pay him if the court verdict does not touch on it.

There are a lot human rights issues in your case if you can find a good lawyer to defend your case. It is a civil case and did you pay the police N30,000 as bail or pay part of the debt? There is no law that empowers the police to act as a debt collection agency.

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Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by Ezebinaugwu(m): 5:05pm On Dec 06
[quote author=amzee post=63032151]Lawyers in the house please come to my aid. I work as a cashier in a Bet9ja shop. In the month of June i had a shortage of #132,000 which i cant explain how it happened.

I explained to my manager which he later-on called the owner of the shop on phone and i was arrested after receiving slaps from him.

At the police station i paid #30,000 and was taken to court 4 days later and the judge keep postponing the case until last month when the prosecutor asked that we settle the case amicably and out-of-court. We agreed that i will resume back to work and he will be deducting his money from my salary until its complete.

On getting to court to present the agreement maf I was jailed 6 months or #10,000 fine. I spent 21 days in prison without my family knowing my whereabout.

I later contacted them and the fine was paid and i was released. My question is AM I GOING TO PAY THE REMAINING MONEY OR IS THAT THE END OF THE CASE?


Mod pls move to appropriate section so i can get advises. Thanks Guy I equally run a bet shop and presently one of my cashier is owing me the sun of 40k coz he played virtual league with it. So stop saying you can't explain how you run into shortage my friend, you played virtual league with said amount simple.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by amzee(m): 5:05pm On Dec 06
rhames:



Thats a kangaroo trial. That trial and judgment was planned and executed.

If the court can advocate for amicable settlement,why did it turn to send you to jail?
The court can get a lawyer for you if you dont have. Whenever you are in a dire situation like this,ask for the leave of the court for you to get a lawyer to defend your case. Some lawyers present at the court will defend you when you ask for their assistance. The absence of a lawyer defending you made your case worse. Dont pay him if the court verdict does not touch on it.

There are a lot human rights issues in your case if you can find a good lawyer to defend your case. It is a civil case and did you pay the police N30,000 as bail or pay part of the debt? There is no law that empowers the police to act as a debt collection agency.
#30,000 as part of the amount been owed.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by Imarnuel04(m): 5:08pm On Dec 06
pussygotlips:


you talk as if u no get sense,

you have no idea how much a professional layer cost,
the deeds has been done, instead you should give a good advice for the next step to be taken but if you're having none of that, I will suggests you shut the fvck out of this thread cuz its not meant for people with timid and shallow brain.
just an adviser.

Mr Man are you high or stúpid or just plain daft? I never referred to you. What is wrong with referring someone with legal issues to speak with a lawyer? You better get some sense in your thick skull and fùck off out of my mention. Channel your frustrations somewhere else

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Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by amzee(m): 5:08pm On Dec 06
[quote author=Ezebinaugwu post=63037748][/quote] I'm nt a gambler mr man.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by DedeNkem: 5:21pm On Dec 06
amzee:
Lawyers in the house please come to my aid. I work as a cashier in a Bet9ja shop. In the month of June i had a shortage of #132,000 which i cant explain how it happened.

I explained to my manager which he later-on called the owner of the shop on phone and i was arrested after receiving slaps from him.

At the police station i paid #30,000 and was taken to court 4 days later and the judge keep postponing the case until last month when the prosecutor asked that we settle the case amicably and out-of-court. We agreed that i will resume back to work and he will be deducting his money from my salary until its complete.

On getting to court to present the agreement maf I was jailed 6 months or #10,000 fine. I spent 21 days in prison without my family knowing my whereabout.

I later contacted them and the fine was paid and i was released. My question is AM I GOING TO PAY THE REMAINING MONEY OR IS THAT THE END OF THE CASE?


Mod pls move to appropriate section so i can get advises. Thanks

Court gave you two options;
6 months or #10,000 fine.

You paid the fine, so case closed.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by sirusX(m): 5:28pm On Dec 06
[quote author=muzzol post=63036811][/quote]
Detective muzzol .... you dey vex ooo
I didn't even bother corroborating his story
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by nefertitiram: 5:30pm On Dec 06
Chidonc:

he can't sentenced again for that same crime even by a higher court for a crime he has already served time for. all over the world is the same,

Double jeopardy
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by Yourcomrade(m): 5:32pm On Dec 06
sorry about your ordeal
let me share this experience with you
a friend of mine owns a bet9ja shop and one day he was working as a cashier since he has less hand that day.
he observed that about 16k plus in his visual account disappeared.
as a former banker, he run a tray of all the transaction and couldn't see it.
he called his super agent who said he has never experience such and advised him to send mail to bet9ja which he did.
after like a week plus, he was credited with the exact amount meaning that the problem was with bet9ja.
that might be your case if you are sure you didn't play game with it.
you can imagine if it was a cashier that happened to that day.

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Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by amzee(m): 5:37pm On Dec 06
Yourcomrade:
sorry about your ordeal
let me share this experience with you
a friend of mine owns a bet9ja shop and one day he was working as a cashier since he has less hand that day.
he observed that about 16k plus in his visual account disappeared.
as a former banker, he run a tray of all the transaction and couldn't see it.
he called his super agent who said he has never experience such and advised him to send mail to bet9ja which he did.
after like a week plus, he was credited with the exact amount meaning that the problem was with bet9ja.
that might be your case if you are sure you didn't play game with it.
you can imagine if it was a cashier that happened to that day.

Can you imagine that?
It was like a magic to me when the money disappeared from my account. I think its too late to send bet9ja a mail cos its morethan 5 months now.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by rhames: 5:50pm On Dec 06
amzee:

I was arrested on a thursday and courts dnt work on saturdays. Was taken to court on tuesday. I actually created a Nollywood scene at the police station when i was shouting at the top of my voice that i want to see the DPO.

Yours is understable. The forty eight hours fell on a weekend.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by GEJDHERO: 6:34pm On Dec 06
I doubt after paying that 10k the guy wud be free....he wud surely pay that money orelse he goes back to jail.Can imagine how much his boss would have spent on the case....Haba
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by amzee(m): 6:41pm On Dec 06
GEJDHERO:
I doubt after paying that 10k the guy wud be free....he wud surely pay that money orelse he goes back to jail.Can imagine how much his boss would have spent on the case....Haba
Can you imagine the days i spent in prison too?
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by odysey: 6:46pm On Dec 06
defemidefemi:
I'm a lawyer and I will go straight to the point, though this monicker Lomprico2 has answered your question. The position of the judge in his judgement was that you should either go to 6 months jail or pay the sum of #10,000 for misappropriation of your boss funds, that simply means you're charged for stealing. And you've performed one of the options produced by the court. You have nothing to pay back to anyone. "But the person can still pursue the civil aspect of the case through court action and get part if not all the money from you"

though its past, couldn't he have asked the court to adjourn the case to a later date/time due to the absence of his lawyer?
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by odysey: 6:53pm On Dec 06
rhames:



Thats a kangaroo trial. That trial and judgment was planned and executed.

If the court can advocate for amicable settlement,why did it turn to send you to jail?
The court can get a lawyer for you if you dont have. Whenever you are in a dire situation like this,ask for the leave of the court for you to get a lawyer to defend your case. Some lawyers present at the court will defend you when you ask for their assistance. The absence of a lawyer defending you made your case worse. Dont pay him if the court verdict does not touch on it.

There are a lot human rights issues in your case if you can find a good lawyer to defend your case. It is a civil case and did you pay the police N30,000 as bail or pay part of the debt? There is no law that empowers the police to act as a debt collection agency.

the same thought crossed my mind Was waiting for an adept to state it.

what can be done about this kangaroo trial??
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by odysey: 6:56pm On Dec 06
amzee:

I was arrested on a thursday and courts dnt work on saturdays. Was taken to court on tuesday. I actually created a Nollywood scene at the police station when i was shouting at the top of my voice that i want to see the DPO.

if you don't find a good lawyer On Jan1 register with the DPA, in March bring up your matter
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by musicwriter(m): 6:56pm On Dec 06
amzee:
Lawyers in the house please come to my aid. I work as a cashier in a Bet9ja shop. In the month of June i had a shortage of #132,000 which i cant explain how it happened.

I explained to my manager which he later-on called the owner of the shop on phone and i was arrested after receiving slaps from him.

At the police station i paid #30,000 and was taken to court 4 days later and the judge keep postponing the case until last month when the prosecutor asked that we settle the case amicably and out-of-court. We agreed that i will resume back to work and he will be deducting his money from my salary until its complete.

On getting to court to present the agreement maf I was jailed 6 months or #10,000 fine. I spent 21 days in prison without my family knowing my whereabout.

I later contacted them and the fine was paid and i was released. My question is AM I GOING TO PAY THE REMAINING MONEY OR IS THAT THE END OF THE CASE?


Mod pls move to appropriate section so i can get advises. Thanks

Though the court has set you free, but this is Nigeria where the rule of law don't apply.

The big man who owns the shop may give money to the police to re-arrest you. He may also insist you pay from your salary, even when the court has set you free.

I will wait for your second post telling us the outcome.

Good luck.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by OmoDavido(m): 7:02pm On Dec 06
I am very sure that the money did not just dissappeared. Op used the money to fire bet9ja.


I am very sure of this because on of my uncle is an agent of bet9ja. And almost 90% of all his cashiers has been taken to Ojo Police station because they use the money that is meant for business to fire bet9ja and end up loosing it


Op you get luck say your oga employ you without guarantor self.

Thief and greedy fellow can't succeed as a cashier.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by amzee(m): 7:13pm On Dec 06
musicwriter:


Though the court has set you free, but this is Nigeria where the rule of law don't apply.

The big man who owns the shop may give money to the police to re-arrest you. He may also insist you pay from your salary, even when the court has set you free.

I will wait for your second post telling us the outcome.

Good luck.
When he saw me on sunday he was asking me why didnt i contact him that i've been released. He went on to ask me that whats my decision now? I told him that i've not made any decision now and he smiled. I just walked away.
Can you imagine that.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by kayzat: 7:16pm On Dec 06
Freshbank:
From ur write up it's seem u know something about d missing money, but if truly u don't really know as u claimed I would say u have served for d lost... but if ur boss is influential & I hope u understand, u might still b asked 2 pay... But in d real sense u HV served so no need 2 still pay





I can bet my life on it that he used the money to stake and lost and he continue playing with the hope that the money will be recovered through winnings .


I am an agent and I know how this things happen but I am surprised both the manager and the agent did not noticed the shortage till it reach 130,000 loun loun . 130,000 is not a small money I'm this business and no way my cashier will have #5000 shortage without me detecting on time .
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by kayzat: 7:19pm On Dec 06
OmoDavido:
I am very sure that the money did not just dissappeared. Op used the money to fire bet9ja.


I am very sure of this because on of my uncle is an agent of bet9ja. And almost 90% of all his cashiers has been taken to Ojo Police station because they use the money that is meant for business to fire bet9ja and end up loosing it


Op you get luck say your oga employ you without guarantor self.

Thief and greedy fellow can't succeed as a cashier.



I endorse this 100% . I am an agent I know how e dey go . but I wonder how the agent n his manager did not notice the shortage on time till it get to 130,000
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by kayzat: 7:21pm On Dec 06
musicwriter:


Though the court has set you free, but this is Nigeria where the rule of law don't apply.

The big man who owns the shop may give money to the police to re-arrest you. He may also insist you pay from your salary, even when the court has set you free.

I will wait for your second post telling us the outcome.

Good luck.



That guy is not telling you guys the truth .
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by CoCoLav(f): 7:31pm On Dec 06
sureheaven:
God will see through and u won't pay a dime..... I've encountered such, even worst before but God set me free. The judge was confused, he couldn't remember anything again despite the prosecutor lawyer doin his best but all to no avail. That same God will deliver u and u won't pay a dime. Leave everything to God and see how HE (God) confuses and convinces man

Lol
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by kayzat: 7:35pm On Dec 06
amzee:

Can you imagine that?
It was like a magic to me when the money disappeared from my account. I think its too late to send bet9ja a mail cos its morethan 5 months now.


Did you call the attention of your shop manager immediately you noticed the shortage n BTW why will load such an amount on your virtual account at once ?


both you and the stupid people that load such a huge amount on your account deserve hot beatings .
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by amzee(m): 7:41pm On Dec 06
kayzat:



Did you call the attention of your shop manager immediately you noticed the shortage n BTW why will load such an amount on your virtual account at once ?


both you and the stupid people that load such a huge amount on your account deserve hot beatings .
The said amount was a sport winning that dropped into my account that same day. Who will load such amount on virtual? Nobody.
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by edubrazil442(m): 7:49pm On Dec 06
if d matter was adjourned for report of settlement the magistrate will never sentence u,trial must be conducted bf it will be subsequently adjourned for adoption of addresses,if u have lawyer as u aforementioned bf sentence, unless u pleaded guilty for d charge. Nevertheless,u will not pay the missing mony, either u pay the fine or u serve 6months jail as affirmed by magistrate
Re: Am I Still Going To Pay Him After Being Jailed? by kayzat: 7:56pm On Dec 06
amzee:

The said amount was a sport winning that dropped into my account that same day. Who will load such amount on virtual? Nobody.




Do the winning enter n disappear again ? It's impossible and you know it but I will still blame the shop agent/manager for failing on their oversight duty .


At least the shop manager should be around when the winnings enter and you should have call his attention to it which he should know what to do or did the winnings enter after closing of work ? any traces of someone using the money to play on your account before you notice the winnings ? what effort did you goes put into resolving the issue before concluding you are the one that mismanaged the said amount ?

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