Stay of execution granted to Isa Samad by High Court and has raised the bail to RM 1.5m


After Isa Abdul Samad was found guilty and convicted for corruption has been granted a stay of execution for his fine and prison sentence.
Once the prosecution and the defense presented their arguments, judge Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali did consider and then allowed Mohd Isa to stay the six-year imprisonment and a fine of RM15.45 fine.
He further stated that The Court is pleased with the points posed that, in the case of the accused, he could explain exceptional circumstances to cause the court to stay the execution until the conclusion of his appeal. In line with that, the court is also imposing a bail of RM1.5 million that must be paid in full by the defendant by 2 pm tomorrow.
The judge had also allowed Mohd Isa to give RM800,000 to the court from the bail money collected when he was initially charged to give RM1.5 million to the court when he was arrested earlier.
Mohd Isa also gave Mohd Nazlan to report to the police station, which is closer to his home, on the first of every month until his appeal is disposed of. All this happened after Mohd Nazlan also found the former chairman of Felda guilty of corruption (on nine counts) and sentenced to six years of imprisonment, and has to give a fine of RM 15.45 million.
This was after Mohd Nazlan found the former Felda chairman guilty on nine counts of corruption and had sentenced him to six years’ imprisonment and a fine of RM15.45 million.


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