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They are also charged with false accounting relating to the official accounts of the bureau for the tax years 2000 to 2006 inclusive.
Fielding faces a jail sentence after he was found guilty of eight counts of false accounting and three counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm at Southampton Crown Court.
Liverpool Crown Court to two counts of false accounting and one count of failure to notify the Department for Work and Pen-sions of a change in circumstance.
Bachelor Craig Bonner appeared in court three months ago on charges of theft and false accounting and was set to face trial later this year.
The false accounting resulted in the huge loss to investors, and a $1 million-plus loss by a finance company, U.
Dawson also faces two charges of false accounting and one that, as a director of Classic Bloodstock II, he authorised a pounds 100,000 loan to himself.
The global economic slowdown, coupled with the fall in demand for broadband services and advanced offerings, has coincided with a particularly heavy gloom afflicting corporate America as, first one billion-dollar telecommunications giant and then another is subjected to criminal investigations focusing on suspected false accounting.
A HEALTH service employee charged with false accounting allegedly involving PS13,000 has appeared in crown court.
Last night Tom Brown - who says he lost his home as he spent five years fighting two allegation of false accounting - called on the Post Office Ltd to recognise a computer error had caused errors.
Following a five week trial at Leicester Crown Court, Muller and 64-year-old Atkinson were both found guilty by a jury of a number of charges of false accounting involving fraudulent claims after they manipulated a computerised billing system.
Mel Hughes, prosecuting, said the alleged false accounting charges resulted from Randall failing to register transactions on a till in the shop.
SHAMED peer Lord Taylor of Warwick claimed more than pounds 5,000 in Parliamentary expenses after being charged with false accounting last year.
Former Labour MP for Bury North, David Chaytor, was jailed for 18 months earlier this month after admitting false accounting.
Chaytor, 61, pictured, became the first politician convicted over the expenses scandal when he pleaded guilty last month to three counts of false accounting totalling pounds 18,350.
The Tory peer, whose full name is John David Beckett Taylor, has been summonsed to face six charges of false accounting.