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Two murders - was one man responsible?

Advantages: An extraordinary tale told very well, with painstaking research and detail
Disadvantages: None to speak of

Two murders took place in Edwardian England less than two years apart, one in the south-east and the other in the north-east. At first glance they seemed to have nothing to do with each other, but many years later a link between them was hinted at, though ...

JOHNV 18.11.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Edwardian Murder: Ightham and the Morpeth Train Robbery -Diana Janes

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When a judge is asked to stand down

Advantages: a great addition in a rarely used and embarrasing area of law
Disadvantages: a confusing issue made worse by the establishment

An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers One of the principles of natural justice is that no one can be a judge in his or her own cause. When this principle, or other similar principles are seen to have ...

PhillipTaylor 12.06.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Judicial Recusal - Hon Justice R.Grant Hammond

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