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Student 'Spent Millions On Luxury Goods' After $4.6m was Mistakenly Credited To Her Bank Account

There are cases in the United States where this has happened and the courts have held the recipient criminally liable, because he "should have known" that the money did not belong to him. But this Australian magistrate, at least at arraignment, seems to feel otherwise.

Magistrate Lisa Stapleton, granting bail, told the court: ‘It’s not proceeds of crime. It’s money we all dream about.'