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RECENT CONVICTIONS
7 months Ago

Operation 1276-DH-18

Ali Abid sold fake goods in Counterfeit Street, Manchester

Ali Abid, born 16.03.1986 and Munawar Iqbal 01.01.1978 appeared at Manchester Magistrates court on the 27th of November 2018, and both pleaded guilty to four offences each contrary to Section 92 of The Trademarks Act 1994, for selling counterfeit goods from a shop in Great Ducie Street, Cheetham Hill, Manchester. Abid and Iqbal were both sentenced to a 12 Month Community Order to include 40 hours unpaid work, a 7 day rehabilitation activity requirement order and a £85 victim surcharge. A forfeiture and destruction order was also 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.

Munawar Iqbal sold fake goods in Counterfeit Street

Operation 1844-BW-18

Feroz Khan sold fake goods from a shop in Camden High Road

Feroz Khan, born 26 08 95 appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court on the 29th of November 2018 and 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 together with a 25 day rehabilitation requirement and an £85 victim surcharge. A forfeiture and destruction order was granted by the court for all goods seized by TM Eye.

Khan already had two previous prosecutions as a result of previous TM Eye investigations and private criminal prosecutions. These convictions had taken place at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court in 2017 and 2018. Despite these convictions Khan continued to re offend and was targeted by TM Eye again resulting in the third conviction. Khan sold thousands of fake goods from a shop in Camden High Road.

Operation 1848-JB-18

Rakesh Birdi, born 18 12 1984, appeared in St Albans Magistrates Court on the 21st November 2018 and 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, £744 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.

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