‘The Judge Had Premeditated Akuapem Poloo’s Sentence Before The Case Began’ – Lawyer Of The Actress Speaks


The lawyer of actress Rosemond Brown has addressed the press after the trial of the actress and has expressed some disappointment in the verdict.

Poloo, known in private life as Rosemond Brown, was convicted after pleading guilty to charges brought against her following her viral nude photo with her son in June 2020.

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Lawyer Andy Vortia said he smells something fishy at play in the courtroom and believes the presiding judge had premeditated Akuapem Poloo’s sentence even before the case began.

He stressed that Akuapem Poloo was a first offender and had pleaded guilty to the court should have dealt with her leniently instead of treating her as a habitual offender.

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“Lady i know that she has written her judgement before the case began not after she heard our plea. She did not factor what i said into her judgement. She had premeditated it.”

“She did not say 3 month which means 3 weeks but she said 90 days that means my client will serve all those days to the later. I have written it down and i’ll factor it if i will go for an appeal” lawyer Andy Votia told Peace FM news.

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SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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