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The high court ruled that the tripling of school fees is not possible violation of human rights of students. However, Judge King and Lord Justice Elias said the government's analysis of gender issues was inadequate and did not respect the rights of the public sector for equality.

Lord Justice Moses
started the week with a scathing denunciation of the new classification system for criminal defense, Qasa, where judges evaluate the ability of the lawyer by different criteria, to 161.

As any lawyer will tell the jury in a case apparently desperate, fulfilling the duty to convince a jury may be detrimental to please the judge. Do we really want a generation of defenders of the criminal proceedings that go to court with the intention of pleasing the judge? Does it means to quality assurance?

warned that criminals attempting to appeal his conviction if they knew that the letter had given a bad grade in this trial. Not popular among readers of The Guardian Qasa law, either: the number of present, 82% agree with LJ Moses. But does it change anything? Joshua Rozenberg do not think:

seems unlikely that their critics have much effect on his fellow judges, many of whom were in the audience. The judges do not want the assessment of additional unpaid work of defenders, but still less what they want the work done by everyone.

The task of identifying the "wisdom" a lawyer for level 4 corresponds to the judges. But mostly because of defense lawyers, according to some observations cheesed-off between our comments.

In the Observer, Nick Cohen complained - after the return of the test case of Twitter joke at the High Court - that the judges did not grasp the reality of social networks

been a while since the judge granted an injunction privacy, but Lindblom J made on Wednesday to prevent the publication of a newspaper article Sunday Star on the environment secretary teenager Caroline Spelman. The 17-year was not named in the sentence, but Lindblom declined a request for anonymity. We will update our databases of privacy controls once our editor commissioning Maya Wolfe-Robinson returned to the investigation of the tensions surrounding the Privy Council in Trinidad.

opposition to government plans for secret courts is increasing. "The proposed expansion procedures of" secret documents "(CMP) in the civil courts is an attempt to avoid claims for damages that are sensitive aired in open court," reports Owen Bowcott. Most responses to the Green Paper were the critics - including the Guardian and New Media - although Sir Malcolm Rifkind made a spirited defense plans. Saleyha Ahsan, meanwhile, has followed the case of the Algerians Theresa May 7, wants to evict

The Home Office argued before the Supreme Court against proposals for more secrets in SIAC hearings. Z appellant obtained relevant information to your security in Algeria to expulsion, he wants to present in the SIAC. However, the source refuses to allow use without the guarantee that it will not be shared with the Algerian authorities. Siac declined to give an order prohibiting the Minister of Interior of the disclosure, which is why the Supreme Court was presented with a Z. Call

The hearing is complex and often expressed in hypothetical terms. Wednesday, the Supreme Court judgment in the case of a peacock, a convicted drug dealer who, after his release from prison, he made money that the authorities wish to take.


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