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That’s pretty ‘berk’, as the Brits say

Sentencing Mitchell, Recorder of Leeds, Judge Guy Kearl QC, said: “I don’t doubt you didn’t intend to undermine the course of justice but that is the effect of what you were doing.” As a solicitor, he added, Mitchell knew “the importance of court orders and the consequences of breaching them”.

“I have formed the view in line with the facts … appropriate punishment can only be be found by an immediate custodial sentence,” Judge Kearl QC added.

A British lawyer employed by an 800-person international law firm, shows documents not in evidence to her colleague jurors in front of court clerk? How dumb are these people?

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