(CMR) A man, claiming to work with the Attorney General's office, will spend three months in prison for perverting the course of justice after providing the court with fake documents in an attempt to avoid a driving ban.
Theodore Morgan (40) reportedly provided the court with a forged insurance certificate after he was caught driving without the document in 2021. He was sentenced to three months in prison for perverting the course of justice and one month for forging an insurance certificate on Friday, 13 January.
Morgan, who also claims to be an actor, will serve the sentences concurrently.
Morgan was reportedly stopped for speeding in West Bay in 2021 when he was found to be driving with an expired inspection certificate, vehicle license, and insurance. However, when he appeared in traffic court a day later, he presented an updated insurance document on the vehicle.
Crown counsel Sarah Lewis thought something was off with the certificate and launched a full investigation with the insurance company.
Investigations revealed that the certificate number did not exist and that the signature was likely false because the individual who signed the document was not the person authorized by the insurance provider to sign. He was then charged with producing forged documents.
However, Morgan denied the allegations and stood trial. He claimed after he was stopped by the police, he went home and found the insurance document. He blamed the insurance company for any error found in the document.
He was found guilty in the judge-only trial by Justice Cheryll Richards who said she did not believe him.
CMR has learned that Morgan was also recently arrested and charged in a stalking incident. He was also reportedly thrown out of law school and community college for cheating.