Local justice

I’ve often heard about a certain eccentric magistrate in the far South West of England who doles out his own form of justice through imaginative forms of community service based mainly around the courthouse. But until Friday afternoon I’d never seen it first hand. I was down there to do a plea in mitigation for […]

July 7, 2015 · Tim Kevan · 2 Comments
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Year 4, week 31: like flies round…

TheVamp reported at chambers tea that she had been against TheBusker today and had been cross-examining a male witness rather vigorously when he’d suddenly lost his rag and said: “I know what your problem is, young lady. All these aggressive questions. What you really need…” The judge interrupted at this point with: “This case isn’t […]

April 29, 2010 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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