Court clerk falsifies motorist’s convictions

A court clerk at Liverpool Magistrates’ Court falsified 71 drivers paperwork between 2004 and 2010

He would send forged forms and tamper with court records in exchange for cash to remove convictions, points and any record of driving offences from motorist’s licences. Suspicion was raised by the DVLA of the scam in 2008 when a faxed document didn’t add up but the clerk shrugged off their concerns, citing the paperwork as “a clerical error”. The clerk denies perverting the course of justice at Preston Crown Court.

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