OLDHAM, UK – The case against a cabinet manufacturer exonerated on charges that he defrauded clients has taken another turn.

According to the Local Government Chronicle, Oldham officials are thinking about appealing a judge’s ruling that its taxpayers reimburse the court system approximately 2 million pounds for the “flawed” prosecution of cabinet manufacturing mogul Vance Miller.

He was cleared in January of charges that he cheated customers by selling them kitchen cabinets made of particleboard and MDF that he had marketed at “high quality.”

The judge reportedly ordered the council to pay all the legal costs despite a plea from Oldham that the monies should come from central funds as the borough taxpayers had not elected the officials who brought the case.

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