Suspended sentence handed down for Lee-Anne Levett
The long-running court case involving Hobart travel agent Lee-Anne Levett has ended this morning with the Tasmanian Supreme Court handing down a nine-month sentence, suspended for two years.
Levett was also ordered to serve 140 hours of community service.
The former owner of The Travel Studio, Levett had admitted to 48 counts of using the Tramada username and password of a former staff member who had moved to Andrew Jones Travel in order to access information relating to a University of Tasmania travel tender.
The case has come before the courts more than 45 times, with Levett pleading guilty in Jun and psychological reports ordered for consideration prior to sentencing.
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