A Launceston woman will be sentenced in the Supreme Court next month after pleading guilty to computer fraud charges.
Emma Louise Wilson, 28, of Newnham pleaded guilty in the Launceston Magistrates Court on Tuesday to 50 counts of inserting false information as data, namely details in regard to accounts to be paid.
Ms Wilson is yet to plead to 25 counts of stealing nearly $60,000 from St Leonards' company Dickens Construction.
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Police allege Ms Wilson stole amounts ranging from $864 to $5796 between June 2017 and August 2019.
Ms Wilson is also yet to plead on a second complaint comprising 25 counts of stealing a total of $62,848.
Magistrate Ken Stanton committed Ms Wilson to the Supreme Court for sentencing on February 3, 2020 on the computer charges.