(DUBLIN, Ireland.) Court Report: Two former solicitors have appeared in Cork charged with conspiring to defraud a number of banking institutions have been released on bail to reappear in 4-weeks time #AceNewsDesk report | Ace News Services

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#AceNewsReport – Aug.05: Keith Flynn and Lyndsey Clarke, both of Blarney Street, Cork, faced one charge each: “Garda Sergeant Gearóid Davis told the court that the Director of Public Prosecutions has directed that the matters in both cases be sent forward for trial on indictment to Cork Circuit Criminal Court, of if the defendants so choose, their cases could go forward on a signed plea of guilty.”

Two former solicitors have been charged with conspiracy to defraud a number of banks between 2016 – 2018 RTE.News.Com/

https://t.co/KjfU0p2vZT

“They are charged that they conspired with each other on dates between January 2016 and June 2018 to defraud AIB, Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank and other financial institutions by creating false identities to be used for the purpose of obtaining credit dishonestly and with the effect of causing financial loss to those institutions.”

Applications for free legal aid for both were granted after Judge Olann Kelleher heard that Ms Clarke, a 37-year-old mother-of-two, is on a Back to Work scheme, and Mr Flynn, who is 46 and working as a chef, is supporting four children: “Both were released on bail to appear again at the district court in four weeks’ time for the presentation of the books of evidence.”

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