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They were lured by per-signature payment schemes and loose rules that allowed them to commit forgery and fraud with no consequences for themselves.
It was also decided in the meeting that seven years ban should be imposed on students who commit forgery in their names.
They were charged with violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, conspiracy to commit identify theft, conspiracy to commit forgery and other felonies.
All three were charged with conspiracy to commit forgery and appeared in Croydon Magistrates Court yesterday.
They were found to contain programmes used to commit forgery and copies of passports and statements of accounts, indicating that the work in the office was relatively recent.
Sentencing Alan George Nurse, 63, at Belfast Crown Court, Mr Justice Hart said "for a solicitor to commit forgery is a particularly grave matter" and warned him he could have got a seven-year prison sentence.
No I am not guilty and I didn't commit forgery," said E.
He has been charged with misdemeanour assault, conspiracy to commit fraud, conspiracy to commit forgery, failing to register as a sex offender, and possession of a forgery device.
Mahmood Zahid, 33, was sentenced at Snaresbrook Crown Court in London to seven years in prison for conspiracy to commit forgery and four years for having equipment to produce false instruments, to run concurrently.
Mr Stokoe, 40, of Vindamora Villas, Ebchester, Co Durham, Mr Healy, 54, of Thorntree Drive, Denton Burn, Jean Pettifer, 53, of The Gables, Widdrington, and Peter Hodgson, 46, of Dilston Close, Pegswood, denied conspiracy to defraud and later conspiracy to commit forgery.
Mainstone and Wilkie deny conspiracy to commit forgery, a charge relating to stamps, between January 1 and August 20 1998, and Wilkie denies a further charge of conspiracy to counterfeit protected coins with intent between the same dates.