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Due diligence diligence

As some readers may know, I am a magistrate in my home city of Cambridge.  (For non-UK readers, you can read about the magistracy here.)  Last week I did a day of training to make me a more effective magistrate, … Continue reading

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On the bench

As if I don’t get enough law and order through my work, I am also a magistrate.  (For non-UK readers, the magistracy is a peculiarly English system by which untrained hobby-judges get to put people in prison in their spare … Continue reading

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