Gilles Saucier trial: prosecution wrapping up its case

CORNWALL – Crown attorney Michael Purcell is expected to wrap up the prosecution’s case today (Friday) in the trail of Gilles Saucier.

Saucier is facing over 30 charges, including fraud, breach of trust, uttering forged documents and theft by conversion charges.

He is accused of defrauding multiple investors of tens of thousands of dollars while he was president of Gilden Financial Solutions Corporation in Cornwall.

Saucier is now living in Brampton, Ont.

The public prosecutor has been calling alleged victims to the stand to recount their dealings with Saucier.

The trial has heard testimony on five separate days (July 4-6, Aug. 10-11).

The defence is scheduled to make submissions on Aug. 30 and Aug. 31.

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