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Matthew Scott
Criminal hack. “Greasy combover.” “Painfully thin.” "Looks like a lizard." Best Independent Blog, 2015 Comment Awards
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Matthew Scott 1h
Replying to @IainWatkinson
Thanks Iain. It shouldn't be that difficult. Sometimes when defending you actually *don't* want too much attention paid to the unused! It works both ways.
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Andy Zaltzman 5h
England captain brings himself on to bowl. Misfields a ball into his nuts.
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Matthew Scott 3h
Replying to @DavidRoseUK @ffgqc
I guess so!
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Matthew Scott 3h
Pakistan's death penalty: as long as you can stand on the gallows they can hang you.
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Matthew Scott 3h
Replying to @dbfamilylaw @Muzlaing
Jerry Hayes was very complimentary towards defence counsel yesterday.
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Matthew Scott 3h
Hang on, who's the victim here? .
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Matthew Scott 4h
On last night went out of his way to say that he had been very well served by his defence.
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Matthew Scott 4h
Poor will have to answer that along with lots of others I suppose!
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Matthew Scott 4h
No I meant you. Aren't you Gerry?
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Matthew Scott 4h
Replying to @Dannythefink
Apart from assisting the defence, looking at the her phone messages might potentially have assisted the prosecution.
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Matthew Scott 4h
Good letters to today, incl an apology from the DPP & this from John Cooper QC. .
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Peter Tatchell 17h
In the light of belated police disclosure of key evidence that showed was not a rapist, will the Home Secretary now urge Essex Police to disclose withheld evidence in the trial? See my expose & police evasions here:
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Matthew Scott 5h
I agree with that. A much better test.
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Matthew Scott 6h
I like this quote.
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Matthew Scott 6h
Thedifference between the theory & the practice perhaps.
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Matthew Scott 6h
I'd like to see Gerry write 1500 sexy words on the Criminal Procedure Rules & the Criminal Procedure & Invstgns Act 1996.
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Matthew Scott 6h
It's not badly written, it's just a bit technical.
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Matthew Scott 6h
I blogged about the issue last year.
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Matthew Scott 6h
The disclosure failure in R v. was no isolated incident. Practitioners like have been writing abt the problem for years.
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Matthew Scott 14h
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