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6 minutes ago, manboobs109 said:

Did he really say that? You've done that change quote thing.

😎whoooooosh

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5 minutes ago, manboobs109 said:

Did he really say that? You've done that change quote thing.

Listen, I’m Switzerland in this conflict. But aye, that’s unedited.

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6 minutes ago, Sooper-hanz said:

Me correcting your mistake is not me backtracking.

I've said nothing to correct.  I've been 100% right.  You haven't but clearly your legal trainin' and qualifications dictate otherwise.

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6 hours ago, BrianFaePerth said:

Eh prefer the term “captain of industry” thank you very much.

bit of a stretch to call team leader ‘captain’ bri min

 

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2 minutes ago, milne_afc said:

Listen, I’m Switzerland in this conflict. But aye, that’s unedited.

🤣what a chump

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1 minute ago, manboobs109 said:

🤣what a chump

😎 You’re a bitter wee troll. Have a holiday ffs.

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4 minutes ago, Beachend Bootboy said:

I've said nothing to correct.  I've been 100% right.  You haven't but clearly your legal trainin' and qualifications dictate otherwise.

I think the main conflict between us is an argument between morality and legality and getting the two phenomena crossed somewhat. Anyway it’s a secondary side issue to S-G’s argument against defence lawyers. Im still waiting to hear an alternative to them working within the existing legal framework.
 

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18 minutes ago, Bluto10 said:

bit of a stretch to call team leader ‘captain’ bri min

 

You won’t find a tidier loading bay than mine Bloots.

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9 minutes ago, BrianFaePerth said:

You won’t find a tidier loading bay than mine Bloots.

What a lovely euphemism 🍑

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1 hour ago, manboobs109 said:

Fuck it. My problem is with defence solicitors defending people they know are guilty of serious crimes. They are not meant to knowingly lie, encourage their clients to knowingly lie or withhold information that shows guilt of their clients. This happens all the time and if you think it doesn't you are either naive or stupid.

They also attempt to exploit loopholes is law to have evidence, which they have seen, which proves their clients guilt, ruled as inadmissible. I have personal experience of this.

All of this is done mostly in the most serious cases, often involving dangerous people, and at the taxpayers expense.

There appears to be no comeback on solicitors who do this and often it benefits them as they get a reputation as being able to get the guilty "off"

The people who suffer most are the people you claim to care about, victims, their families, future victims, crime ridden(poor) communities, while rich, dodgy, solicitors and advocates get rich.

Thanks  

Seems your main gripe is lawyers/solicitors breaking the law. I'd doubt anyone supports that  

Nothing wrong with them using loopholes or technicalities though. That's a problem with the law. 

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4 minutes ago, Parklife said:

Thanks  

Seems your main gripe is lawyers/solicitors breaking the law. I'd doubt anyone supports that  

Nothing wrong with them using loopholes or technicalities though. That's a problem with the law. 

Are you Rebekah Vardy?

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4 minutes ago, sigh said:

Are you Rebekah Vardy?

Fancy going for a cafe Nero? 

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2 minutes ago, Parklife said:

Fancy going for a cafe Nero? 

Err, sorry, no, your just no my type

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16 minutes ago, Parklife said:

Thanks  

Seems your main gripe is lawyers/solicitors breaking the law. I'd doubt anyone supports that  

Nothing wrong with them using loopholes or technicalities though. That's a problem with the law. 

Disregard. Pointless.

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2 minutes ago, sigh said:

Err, sorry, no, your just no my type

You prefer virile men?

 

That’s not an offer.

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Just now, manboobs109 said:

(although very rare I grant you)

Thanks to hundreds of years of development of the justice system and it being held to account by defence lawyers, thereby driving the highest of standards from the prosecuting side. 

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4 minutes ago, Parklife said:

Thanks to hundreds of years of development of the justice system and it being held to account by defence lawyers, thereby driving the highest of standards from the prosecuting side. 

You do come across awful pompous at times Parky.

No one is arguing otherwise. My "how do they sleep at night" comment is about people who defend people who they know committed terrible crimes and get rich doing so.

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1 hour ago, Beachend Bootboy said:

You can commit a crime and not be convinced. 

 

1 hour ago, Beachend Bootboy said:

I've said nothing to correct.  I've been 100% right.  

I'm not convinced about that. 

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11 minutes ago, manboobs109 said:

You do come across awful pompous at times Parky.

No one is arguing otherwise. My "how do they sleep at night" comment is about people who defend people who they know committed terrible crimes and get rich doing so.

A strong defence is an essential pillar of our justice system.

I'm assuming these people sleep well knowing that. Probably on a Simba mattress and Egyptian cotton sheets. 

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Exploiting loopholes is necessary for the system to evolve. 
 

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21 minutes ago, Parklife said:

A strong defence is an essential pillar of our justice system.

I'm assuming these people sleep well knowing that. Probably on a Simba mattress and Egyptian cotton sheets. 

I went to see a play based upon the Lion King recently, was very good

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24 minutes ago, Parklife said:

A strong defence is an essential pillar of our justice system.

I'm assuming these people sleep well knowing that. Probably on a Simba mattress and Egyptian cotton sheets. 

Racist.

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14 hours ago, Misers Hill said:

Have you 🤔

 

Peter Shepherd yer man🎳👍

@Roberto😎

Peter shepherd has got me out of many a scrape. A right good egg.

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12 minutes ago, manboobs109 said:

Disregard. Pointless.

An appropriate summary of many posters on here.

Not any of you guys though...

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18 minutes ago, dazzy_deff said:

Peter shepherd has got me out of many a scrape. A right good egg.

Doing his job, Dazzy. Some folk cannot grasp this concept. 

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1 hour ago, Parklife said:

A strong defence is an essential pillar of our justice system.

I'm assuming these people sleep well knowing that. Probably on a Simba mattress and Egyptian cotton sheets. 

Genuine question, not trying to catch you out or anything. If you were assaulted, it's caught on cctv but there was a mistake in the processing of the footage and it's ruled inadmissible, say data protection protocols weren't followed, would you be OK with the person walking free?

 

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Thon skinny lass McColgan ran a 10K last night to win a medal.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/av/commonwealth-games/62416055

 I took part and shuffled round a different 10K last night and also received a medal.

She took half the time I took to do it - I soaked up the scenery and enjoyed myself.

Skinny bint.

She seriously ran at twice my speed, for the whole 10K - I need to speed up.

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She needs a bloody good feed, that lassie. Running lol

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