April 8, 2012 Hucknall Dispatch
A TRADER was snared at a car-boot sale in Hucknall with more than 700 counterfeit DVDs, a court has heard.
Paul Lawrence (38), of Blackstone Close, Alfreton, Derbyshire, was caught peddling the discs at the sale off Hucknall bypass last September.
An undercover trading standards officer from Notts County Council paid Lawrence £2 for a counterfeit copy of ‘Jane Eyre’ — a DVD that would normally retail for about £13.
Nottingham Magistrates Court heard that other titles being sold included ‘Cars 2’, ‘Shrek Collection’, ‘Zookeeper’, ‘Thor’ and ‘Green Lantern’. All had photocopied covers and titles written in marker pen on the discs themselves.
All the DVDs were seized by the trading standards department.
Lawrence pleaded guilty to 11 charges under the Trademarks Act 1994.
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