So it was option (3), and it starts just after the election. Interesting times ahead. There but for the grace of random chance go lots of us. AJ
Thursday it is then. I guess (iAnal) it can go three ways now. The judge can reject the motion to change the plea to not-guilty and go on to sentencing. The judge can accept the motion and declare that there is no case to answer. The judge can accept the motion and set a trial … Continue reading #twitterarrest #helppaulchambers Update
Thanks to the twattertiti who inform us that: I’ll check back Monday – this is an interesting development. Change of legal counsel perhaps? AJ
You may remember the case of Paul Chambers, who I wrote about here in 18th January. It was reported at the time that Paul had been bailed until 11th February. When that date came and went, having shit to do, I assumed he’d had a ‘no further action’ letter. Not so. This is important: He … Continue reading #twitterarrest takes a very nasty turn
Just a few things I’ve happened upon today, that I can’t be bothered to construct full posts about. Someone called Matt Flaherty has written a letter to the CPS expressing concern about the Paul Chambers #twitterarrest case. It very nicely articulates the concerned raised by the choice of path the CPS has taken in this … Continue reading Bits & bobs
Via Twatter: #twitterarrest Ready for this? When heavy snowfall threatened to scupper Paul Chambers’s travel plans, he decided to vent his frustrations on Twitter by tapping out a comment to amuse his friends. “Robin Hood airport is closed,” he wrote. “You’ve got a week and a bit to get your shit together, otherwise I’m blowing … Continue reading A joke, surely?