Five get suspended jail terms for bribes

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 26 June, 2010, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 26 June, 2010, 12:00am

Five technicians who gave kickbacks to a fellow worker for introducing them to his employer were spared jail terms yesterday. In the District Court, Ngai Wai-chong, who pleaded guilty to conspiring to offer bribes to Chow Siu-ming, was sentenced to six months' jail, suspended for a year. Suen Chi-keung, Leung Wai-ching, Chu Chun-cheung and Ha Wai-kit, all found guilty, each got a suspended jail term of nine months. Chow was jailed earlier for three years. Judge Douglas Yau Tak-hong ordered him to repay bribes of HK$76,350 to his employer.


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