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Witness Jane Ngo returns to the witness stand in Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah and the preliminary hearing of Leticia Lemus. She shows Leticia Lemus and her husband were paid an average of $21,000 a year according to her records.
This is the afternoon of January 26th, Tuesday, 2021. We’re in downtown L.A.
Judge Larry Fidler, presiding judge in department 106, asked Sergeant Tim McCrillis to take the stand again but then deputy district attorney Dayan Mathai put on the brakes and asked if he could interrupt McCrillis’s testimony to recall Jane Ngo. Judge Fidler said okay.
Jane Ngo is a diminutive Asian woman who just testified on Friday. She’s a forensic accountant and auditor with the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office who has been working on this case since before the indictments in 2015. She testified before the grand jury.
Now lead prosecutor, Dayan Mathai, was calling her back to the stand. Since she’d already been sworn in, she simply stated her name for the record.
Dayan Mathai reminded her of her recent testimony where she referenced bank accounts, which had authorized signers associated with each account. He asked her if... Read More
On Tuesday, January 26th 2021, Sergeant Tim McCrillis came back to the witness stand in the preliminary hearing of defendant Leticia Lemus at close to 10:30 am in the downtown L.A. criminal court house. This hearing has been... Read More