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'Murky business and the Law Society'

 
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Iain McKie



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 11, 2015 10:33 am    Post subject: 'Murky business and the Law Society'  Reply with quote

Interesting article by Brian Wilson, 'Murky business and the Law Society' in the Scotsman in relation to the Michelle Thomson case.
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Apart from the political considerations, one is struck by the incredible insouciance with which potential white collar crime is pursued in Scotland. The issues eventually dealt with by the tribunal were uncovered in 2011. Yet everything remained within the Law Society’s internal proceedings until they got round to “formally” notifying the Crown Office four years later.

Are victims entitled to no consideration while the law enforcement agencies defer to the Law Society, a mere professional body? Why is it not incumbent on the Law Society to report suspected criminality to the police, just like anyone else, rather than relying on post-tribunal “quarterly meetings” which may or may not take place, years after the potential offences were identified?

The Lord Advocate told Holyrood that he saw no need for an inquiry into any of this. Well, he would, wouldn’t he?

But he also pointed out that the decision is not his to take. So whose is it?

http://www.scotsman.com/news/bria...w-society-1-3913283#ixzz3oFnvZDmD

If the Michelle Thomson case prompts an enquiry into our legal system and the alleged failures  of the Crown Office, Law Society et al  the many cases highlighted on this website only serve to underline that need.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2017 6:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In philosophical and legal literature, privacy has been likened to an elusive status and murky conceptual waters.
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Iain McKie



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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2017 10:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In a small country like Scotland the Justice System, while apparently consisting of separate entities all pursuing their own interests in the public interest, is in effect a tightly controlled single interest body where the retention of power and the status quo is all. Privacy is a fiction although some of us via the social media surrender our rights and only make the position worse.

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