Tag Archives: Attorney general

@MoJGovUK When Court Orders are Void. What ‘fundamental defects’ do we find?

This blog post about void court orders was brought to my attention and quotes not only critical principles, but also relevant case law: A void order does not have to be obeyed because, for example, in Crane v Director of Public … Continue reading

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SORRY for ‘shameful’ forced adoptions and MONEY for records tracing and mental health care

A sigh of relief seemed to have gone across the UK today – thanks to this announcement by the Australian PM: Prime Minister Julia Gillard has issued an apology to people affected by Australia’s forced adoption policy between the 1950s … Continue reading

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NATO SECURITY SPECIALIST Speaks Out on the UK Stealing Children for Profit

Once again: a tragic story behind a courageous victim turned starfighter Nigel Cooper whose daughter Bailie Kate Cooper wants to live with him but… Sunderland Social Services interfered AGAINST the interest of the child the father doesn’t mince his words when … Continue reading

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PRIM and PROPER? On the Openness and Transparency of Courts – from the Cradle to the Grave

Once again: you only believe it when it hits you yourself or someone you know: Norman Scarth had to flee the country he nearly died for in WWII, for he did not get justice during 17 years he experienced as … Continue reading

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Scandalising a Judge or “it is vital that public confidence in the judiciary is protected”

In my observation of UK courts over a number of years from the point of view of victims of white collar crimes, public confidence can only be restored, if culprits admit to their shortcomings, ask for forgiveness and offer compensation. … Continue reading

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