A former SNP MP convicted of embezzling greater than £25,000 is to appeal her conviction in spite of pleading in charge.
Natalie McGarry was once sentenced to 18 months in June after admitting two fees of stealing whilst appearing as treasurer for 2 political teams.
Her bid to withdraw the in charge pleas every week after she made them at Glasgow Sheriff Court was once refused by means of Sheriff Paul Crozier.
However, she has been granted go away to appeal towards her conviction.
A procedural listening to into the case is due to happen in Edinburgh in September.
McGarry was once freed 5 days after being sentenced to 18 months in jail pending a possible appeal.
During her trial, it emerged she had embezzled £21,000 from Women for Independence in her function as treasurer of the crowd between April 2013 and November 2015.
She additionally admitted embezzling £4,661.02 throughout her function as treasurer, secretary and convener of the Glasgow Regional Association of the SNP between 9 April 2014 and 10 August 2015.
She spent the cash on hire, a vacation to Spain along with her husband, transfers of cash to him and different way of life spending.
The former MP was once refused go away to appeal towards her sentence, however has implemented to have that call reconsidered at the second one degree of the sifting procedure for circumstances.
The 37-year-old was once elected as an SNP member in 2015 however resigned the birthday celebration whip following the emergence of fraud allegations.
She endured in parliament as an unbiased representing Glasgow East however didn’t search re-election in 2017.