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He and the company admitted three charges relating to the six cars in the charges - applying a false trade description, selling a vehicle with a false trade description and dishonestly falsifying a sales invoice.
Jeweller Jan Havlik: Accused of dishonestly handling stolen goods; Paul Burrell: Faces three counts of theft relating to 328 items; Harold Brown in separate case also faces three charges of theft
The peer, whose full name is John David Beckett Taylor, is accused of dishonestly claiming more than pounds 11,000 in overnight subsistence and mileage.
A GRANDMOTHER from Birmingham who dishonestly claimed over pounds 21,000 in benefits to help care for her teenage daughter's baby has been given a suspended jail sentence.
Brissenden, from Ravensworth Terrace, Dunston, Gateshead, is further alleged to have dishonestly made a false statement in November 2006 on a declaration to the Department of Works and Pensions that she had no other income other than benefits.
The offence of 'obtaining services dishonestly' could be used, for example, where personal data is stored legitimately on the internet and a person dishonestly accesses that information by, for example, using false credit card details.
In August 2004 he is said to have used the same name to dishonestly obtain an electricity supply from Npower for a house at Southfield Court, Highburton.
Lesley Tomlin, 45, of Leopold Street in Jarrow, appeared at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court charged with dishonestly obtaining incapacity benefit.
Roger Smallman, prosecuting, said Smith dishonestly claimed pounds 2,407 in income support while working at a newsagent's between November, 1997, and December, 1999.
In a separate case, Michelle Locker, 30, of Coronation Road, Sunniside, Gateshead, pleaded guilty to dishonestly making a false statement and failing to report a change in circumstances.
Afzal was also charged with dishonestly securing remission in September 1993 of the whole or part of liability to make payment of council tax to Birmingham City Council by falsely representing he was unemployed.
Chaytor, MP for Bury North, is accused of dishonestly claiming pounds 1,950 for IT services and further sums of pounds 12,925 and pounds 5,425 relating to rent on properties in London and Lancashire.