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R v D'unienville & Anor. (CO 56 of 2016)  SCSC 538 (25 June 2017);
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF SEYCHELLES
Criminal Side: 56/2016
 SCSC 538
Counsel: Mr Benjamin, Assistant Principal State Counsel for the Republic
Mr Juliette for the accused
Delivered: 26 June 2017
 Court finds both Accuseds guilty of the offences with which they are charged, as per their guilty plea of this morning. I therefore sentence 1st Accused to pay a fine of SR6000/- in respect of count 1. As regards to the 2nd Accused I sentence him to pay a fine of SR6000/-both Accuseds are given 3 months to pay their fine.
 If ever they fail to pay the fine that is if 1st Accused fails to pay his fine in 3 months and again if the 2nd Accused on his part fails to pay his fine of SR6000/- in 3 months. A sentence of 6 months imprisonment will be imposed upon them..
Signed, dated and delivered at Ile du Port on 26 June 2017
Judge of the Supreme Court