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Sentencing him Judge Tom Bayliss QC said: "It is plain to me given that you have done precisely the same thing before and given a false name when cautioned for that, you are man at heart who is a dishonest man.
When approached, Natabus gave a false name but later enquiries allowed officers to trace him to his address.
08 percent per se, a marked lanes violation, speeding in violation of special regulation, giving an officer a false name or address, registration not in possession, furnishing a false name/Social Security number and operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license.
The items they successfully bid for were collected by Jabey Bathurst, 24, giving a false name, and sometimes accompanied by Dougui, it has been alleged by the prosecution.
The defendant is allowed to go through the court process under a false name because of fears that his life would be at risk if he was to be properly identified.
On April 7, police received the form back claiming that a man named Gregory Robinson, a false name, had been the rider.
She added: "He gave the officer a false name but was witnessed again failing to pick up dog waste two weeks later and issued with another fixed penalty notice.
Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court heard he gave a false name and date of birth and made off before the officer could check the national computer.
The only reason for them to undertake marriage ceremonies in false names is to obtain documentation which would be used to allow other non-EU nationals to enter the UK illegally and remain.
Following a tip-off, council officers interviewed him and it emerged he had worked under a false name to evade inquiries.
A former member of the Shah's state security agency who at first claimed he spent three decades in prison under the Islamic Republic has been arrested in Vancouver after giving Canadian immigration authorities a false name.
If an attorney is representing a criminal defendant and discovers the client is using a false name, is that knowledge protected under attorney-client privilege or does the attorney have an obligation to tell the court?