Shoalhaven man pleads not guilty to perverting the course of justice

A Shoalhaven man has appeared in a Sydney court charged with perverting the course of justice.

George Anastasopoulos, 48, from Vincentia appeared before Registrar Karamin in Downing Centre on September 22 pleading not guilty to attempting to pervert the course of justice and using a false document to influence exercise of public duty.

Court papers said between 9am and 7pm on December 1 last year Anastasopoulos did knowingly supply false documents to an investigator of the NSW Electoral Commission in an attempt to pervert the course of justice.

Papers said the false document was an invoice from Select Print Solution for $1900.

It is alleged Mr Anastasopoulos presented the document, knowing it to be false, but for a person to accept it as genuine to influence the exercise of public duty, an investigation by the NSW Electoral Commission.

The matter is listed to reappear in court on November 22.


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