Co-defendant

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CO-DEFENDANT. One who is made defendant in an action with another person.

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In the alleged scheme, the accused allegedly defrauded the CBL and the government when they printed excess Liberian dollar bank notes amounting to LRD$2,645,000,000 to infuse it into the Liberian market without authorization.According to the indictment, the defendants deliberately launder the money to the detriment of the Liberian economy and paid US$835,367.72 to printing firm co-defendant Crane Currency for the printing of the LRD$2,645,000,000.
"I want to thank the court for allowing me, Bladi and Thoto to return to our family and friends," he added, referring to his co-defendants.
The 31-year-old also described how he attacked his cousin with the hammer with the co-defendants helping him.
Evans co-defendants are: Uche Amadi, Ogechi Uchechukwu, Chilaka Ifeanyi and Victor Aduba.
He and his co-defendants continue to be at high risk of torture and other ill-treatment, Amnesty International said.
Savage's only argument on appeal is that he is entitled to a new trial pursuant to the Court of Appeals' decision in his co-defendants' appeal, Ray-Simmons v.
The PCGG said the Marcoses and their co-defendants must also be compelled to pay temperate damages, nominal damages and other judicial costs, the amounts of which shall be determined by the court.
Napoles and her co-defendants attempted to hide away will soon be returned for the benefit of the Filipino people.'
Justice Kayani asked Assistant Attorney General Chaudhry Haseeb to ask the FIA why the two witnesses and others accused had not been named as co-defendants in the case.The case proceedings were adjourned till February 22.
Justice Kayani then said that if what the counsel was saying was true, both the suboridnateswho had accused Hijazi of coercing them into tampering the records should be nominated as co-defendants in the case.Justice Kayani asked Assistant Attorney General Chaudhry Haseeb to ask the FIA why the two witnesses and others accused had not been named as co-defendants in the case.
With Fattah, four other co-defendants were also found guilty.
Their co-defendants Shaminder Singh, 40, of Cornwall Street, Cardiff, and Christopher Smith, 34, of Caerau Court Cardiff, also deny murder.