Reblogged this – whilst to a non-lawyer, or a lawyer who doesn’t do crime, this looks like fantasy, it could be a real transcript.
As all have said – respond to the consultation.
A busy PCMH list. The case of Regina v Neerdowell is called on before Her Honour Judge Potts-Puntahs. Mr Harry Charles Andrews prosecutes and Miss Fi Owen defends.
The Court Clerk: Are you Richard Neerdowell?
Def: Yes, miss.
The Court Clerk: Thank you, sit down.
Miss Owen: Your Honour, I appear to defend and my learned friend Mr Andrews appears on behalf of the prosecution. It is my application that the defendant not be arraigned today as the prosecution only served the papers yesterday….
HHJ: Is that right Mr Andrews?
Mr Andrews: Yes, Your Honour.
HHJ: They were ordered to be served six weeks ago Mr Andrews.
Mr Andrews: I know You Honour. It is a minor miracle they are here now.
HHJ: We’ll say no more about it Mr Andrews. Whilst the orders of the court are important, justice being done in the end is what matters. Now, Miss…
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