evasion of duty

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Apart from evasion of duty, which takes revenue away from the NHS and schools, illegal sales promotes under-age drinking and alcohol abuse, and is damaging young people and families.
HMRC assistant director Jo Tyler said: "These men have been arrested on suspicion of the fraudulent evasion of duty.
Graham denies three counts of being knowingly concerned in a fraudulent attempt at evasion of duty.
Chapman, from St Austell, Cornwall, was sentenced to one month in jail by Bodmin magistrates for fraudulent evasion of duty.
Weston and businessman Brian Spellacey (62), of St Athan, West Glamorgan, deny a joint charge of assisting in the evasion of duty in Spain.
Graham, of Victoria Terrace, Newbiggin, denies three counts of being knowingly concerned in a fraudulent attempt at evasion of duty.
Noble, 52, of Highgrove, West Denton, Newcastle, admitted a single count of being knowingly concerned in the fraudulent evasion of duty on November 17, 2003 and he was jailed for four years.
Judge, of Constable Road, Hillmorton, Rugby, Warwickshire, admitted fraudulent evasion of duty and ten counts of fraudulent evasion of tax at previous court hearings.
Paul Eugene Sherlock, 36, of Drumconrath, Co Meath, appeared before Belfast magistrates yesterday accused of fraudulent evasion of duty.
Chown, 56, of Mallow Rise, Perry Common, pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to a total of ten charges of being involved in the fraudulent evasion of duty.
Prosecutor David Bartlett said there was a 'systematic' evasion of duty by Owens together with his co-conspirators.
Gary Clifford Brownson, aged 43, of Falstaff Road, Tile Hill North, was convicted of two counts of fraudulent evasion of duty on tobacco products.