Prosecutor Guy Newton said on Monday that although the judge “didn’t have a crystal ball,” Day’s crimes were “a flagrant betrayal of trust” and a reasonable assessment would hand him a prison sentence. said it would.
He said the court need not be convincing as a matter of certainty, but on the basis of a balance of probabilities.
Day’s barrister, Dominic Toomey, SC, argued that there was a “reasonable likelihood” of a sentence other than full-time imprisonment. He argued that his client’s problem was “not a normal case” of embezzlement where a person “simply tried to enrich himself.”
He said the court’s decision should not be decided “apart from the view reached” by Judge Timothy Gartelman, who oversaw the trial and rejected the original application in the district court.
“Undoubtedly, the tribunal in the highest position to decide whether a full-time prison sentence is to be handed down is the judge who observes the evidence and decides, and the story unfolding in this case spans about two months. It continues,” Toomey said Friday.
Day managed Sebastian’s career from 2007 to November 2017, when the business relationship between the two came to a hostile end, his trial heard.
After the verdict, Sebastian expressed his gratitude that the “hard chapter” was over.
“It was not only shocking to discover the depth of betrayal and dishonesty, but it was also heartbreaking,” the singer said. ”
Sebastian is Set the headliners for the Community Open Night It takes place on August 28th at the new Sydney Football Stadium, also known as Allianz Stadium.
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