Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Short Shrift

So-called 'Mr. Loophole' doesn't always get his clients off, as in this case.

As the Crown Court judge (who was sitting with two JPs) pointed out, the fees of Mr. Freeman probably far exceeded the fines and costs imposed, but for a Premiership footballer it's all small change anyway.

I was interested to see that the DJ in the lower court was 'Custody' Cooper, who seems to crop up in the news quite frequently.

Later - Here's another one who came unstuck.

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