I was alarmed to see a news site headline:-
OLD MAGS ARE HEALTH RISK
and relieved to see that this was the story it linked to.
Musings and Snippets from a recently retired JP. I served for 31 years, mostly in west London. I was Chairman of my Bench for some years, and a member of the National Bench Chairmen's Forum All cases are based on real ones, but anonymised and composited. All opinions are those of one or more individuals. JPs swear to enforce the law of the land, whether or not they approve of it. Nothing on here constitutes legal advice.
Monday, October 22, 2012
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On my way to court I pass a shop with a large sign advertising Adult Mags. I am not sure if that is where I am supposed to go or where replacement colleagues are to be found.ReplyDelete
In which case, what are 'Top Shelf Mags'?ReplyDelete
Old time gear head here. I though this was about magnetos.ReplyDelete
The whole Legal 'system' might have problems if all paperwork that had been handled by several people had to be destroyed after a week.ReplyDelete
In my experience it is young mags (in the sense BS feared was meant) who are the worse risk.ReplyDelete
See what a quite young one has just decreed:
At this rate we're going to have only those who have nothing to loose to make themselves available for posts of some responsibility. Why should honest and able people want to submit to such treatment? But this never seems to bother our brilliant and learned young judges. It is not, after all, their task to manage things before, they can be content with assessing the blame after. O mia patria, sì bella e perduta!
Sorry, the link was cut away; it was to the Telegraph article about the judgment on the l'Aquila earthquake.ReplyDelete