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What any decent person feels having discovered the difference between the public image of British Justice and the practical reality: huge costs; incompetent lawyers who still use photocopiers instead of electronic documents, complete disregard by the judge for prima facie cases of perjury, contempt of court (in one of the other senses), evidence tampering, and witness tampering, and the circular, self-supporting ramblings of the judgement.
Judge: You are in contempt of court, Mr Smith.
Mr Smith: Yes, I am. I am surprised you noticed. You don't seem to have noticed anything else.
by Neubigmac February 03, 2017
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