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2nd August, 2012

Nicola Gatto and Tom Gilbart co-defended in a case brought jointly by The Illegal Money Lending Team and The Gambling Commission

In a case described by Lancashire County Council as the first of its kind Nicola Gatto and Tom Gilbart co-defended in a case brought jointly by The Illegal Money Lending Team and The Gambling Commission. The 13 day trial was heard at Preston Crown Court and attracted local and national press attention. Miss Gatto and Mr Gilbart were instructed by Forbes Solicitors. (hyper link to www.forbessolicitors.co.uk),/p>

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2182004/Pensioner-74-ran-black-market-betting-shop-lounge-earning-2-000-day-jailed-18-months.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-19059564



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