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Agent Jeffrey Weston was cleared of conspiracy to defraud, forgery, two counts of false accounting, two counts of cheating the public revenue and two counts of perverting the course of justice.
Shaun Lynch, 37, driver, Minskip, North Yorkshire Conspiracy to defraud Betfair customers
Hauxwell-Smiths' accountant, Paul Appleby Walker (55), of Falmouth, and John Brown (46), of Crow Point, Halifax, are charged with conspiracy to defraud and corruption.
Michael Rutherford, 65, of Zenith Walk, Woolton, faces one charge of conspiracy to defraud.
The indictment charges that, during the period from August, 1989 to December, 1990, Connors participated in a scheme to defraud the Bank of Boston (the "Bank") with Paula DeWolf ("DeWolf"), a former employee of the Bank, aided and abetted DeWolf in the misapplication of Bank funds and received loans with intent to defraud the Bank.
Co-accused Nicholas Ward, 30, of Holywell Green, was sentenced to 14 months for conspiracy to defraud RBSI and conspiracy to defraud RSA.
Berry and O'Sullivan have been charged with conspiracy to defraud Betfair customers in relation to the running of Hillside Girl at Carlisle on June 15, 2003.
The first charge alleges that he, jointly with Peter Hart, 38, a quantity surveyor formerly of Moelfre but now of Cyprus Avenue, Great Sutton, Wirral, conspired to defraud in relation to the grant of lease of land by Pentraeth community council to Pentraeth Football Club.
It is alleged that he, with Peter Hart, 38, of Cyprus Avenue, Great Sutton, The Wirral, conspired to defraud Pentraeth community council over a grant to Pentraeth Football Club concerning land.
A) The information charges a wide-ranging scheme by Rossmiller to defraud Hill from 1982 through 1985 on numerous loans totalling more than $70 million obtained by Rossmiller and companies he controlled, primarily for development projects in Denver.
The same tobacco companies that are funding the opposition to Proposition 86 were found guilty today of a five-decade scheme to defraud the public on the dangers of smoking by U.
KIEREN FALLON formally pleaded not guilty yesterday to a charge of conspiracy to defraud in connection with an alleged plot to fix the results of races.
Former racing syndicate boss Miles Rodgers, 37, of Silkstone, near Penistone, faces charges of conspiracy to defraud and an offence under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
THERE have been further delays in the trial of four men including two council officials who are charged with conspiracy to defraud.
A TRIAL of four men including two council officials charged with conspiracy to defraud was adjourned until Thursday yesterday.