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Saturday 5th February 2011

I have recently joined Twitter. This allows me me to alert readers to new messages posted here and elsewhere.

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Tuesday 1st February 2011
Mr Justice Peter Smith has been taken off a case after expressing strong views about a defendant law firm - and not for the first time.

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Friday 28th January 2011
A High Court judge has been criticised by the Court of Appeal for writing a judgment that was "far too long, too discursive and too unwieldy".

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Tuesday 4th January 2011
The Office for Judicial Complaints (OJC) has abandoned its attempts to stop complainants from releasing its findings to reporters, according to the body that supervises its work.

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Friday 17th December 2010

A senior prosecutor was responsible for a "deliberate conscious decision to flout the rules of disclosure" that led to the collapse of a major trial, a judge has ruled.

Kingsley Hyland, head of the Complex Casework Unit at the Northumbria branch of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), was to blame for "a gross failure which has undoubtedly prejudiced the defendants and has resulted in an unfair trial," Mr Justice Cooke said in a judgment just released.

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Thursday 9th December 2010
My column in today's Law Society Gazette explains how the careers of two former Labour MPs came to an end at different courts within the course of an hour last Friday.
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