Category Archives: TM Eye

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RECENT CONVICTIONS
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Operation 1850-JB-18

Paula Spence sold fake goods at Bovingdon Market

Paula Spence born 12.08.1966, appeared at St Albans Magistrates court on the 21st of November 2018, where she pleaded guilty to three offences of selling counterfeit goods at Bovingdon market contrary to section 92 of the Trademarks Act 1994. She was ordered to pay a £120 fine, £255 in costs and a £30 victim surcharge. A forfeiture and destruction order was granted by the court for all goods seized by TM Eye. The case was brought by TM Eye as a private criminal prosecution on behalf of one of its luxury goods clients.

Operation 1855-JB-18

Hashemite sold counterfeit goods at Bovingdon Market

Zablullah Hashemi, born 01 01 1995, appeared at St Albans Magistrates Court on the 21st November 2018, where he pleaded guilty to four offences of selling counterfeit goods contrary to Section 92 of The Trademarks Act 1994. He was sentenced to a 12 Month Community Order to include 100 hours unpaid work, pay £270 in costs and an £85 victim surcharge.

Hashemi had been previously investigated and prosecuted by TM Eye by way of a private criminal prosecution in 2018. He had been summonsed to appeared at East Berkshire Magistrates Court on the 3rd April 2018 for five trademark offences, however he failed to appear. He was identified by TM Eye detectives at Bovingdon Market and arrested by police. He appeared at court on the 19th of June 2018 and pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 12 months Community Service to include 70 hours unpaid work together with an £85 victim surcharge. Despite this conviction he continued to re offend leading to another TM Eye Investigation and another Private Criminal Prosecution.

Operation 1856-JB-18

Amir Atta sold fake goods at Bovingdon Market

Amir Atta, born 30.05.2000, appeared in St Albans Magistrates Court on the 19th December 2018, where he pleaded guilty to four offences of selling counterfeit goods contrary to Section 92 of The Trademarks Act 1994. He was ordered to pay a £414 fine and a £30 victim surcharge. A forfeiture and destruction order was granted by the court for all goods seized by TM Eye.

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RECENT CONVICTIONS
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Khalil sold fake goods at Bovingdon Market in Hertfordshire

Mohammed Asif Khalil, born 10 08 1989 appeared at St Albans Magistrates court on the 21st November 2018, where he pleaded guilty to three offences contrary to Section 92 of The Trademarks Act 1994, for selling counterfeit goods at Bovingdon market. He was ordered to pay a £360 fine, £700 in costs and a £30 victim surcharge. A forfeiture and destruction order was granted by the court for all goods seized by TM Eye.

Operation 1832-JB-18

Amadasun sold fake goods at Bovingdon Market

Isaac Osasu-Amadasun born 25 01 1968, appeared St Albans Magistrates Court on the 21st November 2018, where he pleaded guilty to offences contrary to Section 92 of The Trademarks Act 1994 for selling counterfeit goods at Bovingdon market between 28thJuly 2018 and 11th August 2018. Amadasun was ordered to pay a £360 fine, £750 in costs and a £30 victims surcharge. A forfeiture and destruction order was granted by the court for all goods seized by TM Eye.

Operation 1851-JB-18

Mohammed Reza sold fake goods at Bovingdon Market

Nowrozi Mohammed-Reza, born 29.05.1970, appeared at St Albans Magistrates Court on the 1st November 2018, where he pleaded guilty to three offences of selling counterfeit goods contrary to Section 92 of The Trademarks Act 1994. He was ordered to pay a £200 fine, £257 in costs and a £30 victim surcharge. A forfeiture and destruction order was also granted for all goods seized by TM Eye. The case was brought by TM Eye as a private criminal prosecution on behalf of one of its luxury goods clients.

Nowrozi Mohammed-Reza had already been prosecuted and convicted by TM Eye on the 11th of April 2018 at St Albans Magistrates Court for selling counterfeit goods at Bovingdon market. On that occasion he pleaded guilty and was required to pay a £552 fine, £2271.55 costs and a £30 victim surcharge. Despite this conviction he continued to re offend and was prosecuted by TM Eye on a second occasion.