Deaf News: Deaf woman found guilty in Access to Work case, with four found not guilty

Posted on May 19, 2016

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Ethel Neal, a Deaf woman from South London, has been found guilty of three counts of fraud.

Three other Deaf men, Paul Neal, Stephen Dering and Russell Parke pled guilty in the same case, relating to Access to Work payments.

Four people were found not guilty in the case.

Those found not guilty were Ian Depledge, Yen Hai Lieu, and Jamie Martin, along with sign language interpreter Rosie Coomber.

A story on this case can also be read on the Court News website by clicking here.

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