A short history of justice by Trevor Plumbly

Most of the problems associated with criminal behaviour can be put down to the need for possession in one form or another. Them was the good old days In earlier time, litigation was a fairly simple concept. Bloke A would scoot out, armed with a club, grab the girl of his dreams and drag her back to his cave for a spot of procreative gymnastics. Sounds primitive I know, but that’s how we got here. But men being men, disputes occur. If Bloke A met Bloke B on the same mission, a… Read More

Courting Disaster by Trevor Plumbly

“To get what you want, stop doing what isn’t working.” Earl Warren, former USA Chief Justice. Normally, I start writing a blog by sitting down and thumping out what’s crossed my mind, then I sort of scrub it up, flash it to Ang for professional punctuation (blind people don’t do commas and full stops terribly well), then I tend to forget it and move on. Sadly, it seems that my old chum ‘Hoffar’ is not prepared to allow me to do this on the subject of the law. At the risk of… Read More