November 6, 2019
by The Standard
The tears of an office manager, who extracted nearly half a million dollars from a local dentist and used the cash to fund family vacations and invest in her children’s education, did not impress the judge.
“Let the record show the defendant is crying, and I regret that, but she has much to be ashamed of,” Justice Joseph De Filippis said Monday in the Ontario Court of Justice in St. Catharines.
Jennifer Leslie, a 37-year-old mother of two, cried as she was led away to begin serving a two-year prison sentence.
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