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Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de Alex McBride is a barrister

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  1. Petra-Eggs Sunny Side Up Petra-Eggs Sunny Side Up says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBInteresting vignette into the lives of trainee barristers who live in the basements of law firms only being called up into the light when needed for some menial task The stories of petty defences in nameless courts were interesting at the time but I've forgotten them now Alex reminded me of a politician Before they get elected for the first time


  2. Rose Rose says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBAlthough it's written from a different viewpoint I suggest you read something like Wasting Police Time or Perverting The Course of Justice instead I was hoping this book would be a similar approach just from the perspective of a barrister It's not McBride comes over as some kind of science gone mad mashup of several different types of people The presenters of moronic BBC documentaries that make you want to tear your eyeballs out because of their painfully slow and didactic voiceover with the universal To find out I went to see blah blah Rumpole of the Bailey minus the wit charm intelligence and skill A distant relative who passes on his wisdom to the younger generation at family weddings boring them stupid with lengthy expositions on his work complete with unnecessary explanations of the most obvious terminology A poster on an In


  3. Jim Jim says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBSodding good account of what life is like for the barrister de la boue Also informative about the British Justice system history and current problems and great stats about how prisons don't deter crime which I'll be trotting out for silver lake trot auditions Very funny and clever and honest sometimes a little too much Will be cribbing some of the similies


  4. Colin Murtagh Colin Murtagh says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBIf you're getting this after watching the series on TV you may well be disappointed If however you've read something like the secret barrister you'll know exactly what you're getting This is follows the author as he starts his Pupillage in chambers in London He goes through his early cases starting in Youth courts and Magistrates courts working up to the high court This is interspersed with the history of the law in Britain the evolution of common law and how the law is designed to work now As it jumps back and forwards between the history of the law and his history it means it never feels too heavy An entertaining fairly uick read


  5. Suzi Suzi says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBI absolutely loved this book it offers a fascinating insight into the legal system which because it's delivered by a profess


  6. Khalid Khalid says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBThis book takes a look at the life of a criminal lawyer in the UK with various stories about criminal cases and with just the right amount of interesting facts about the history of English law and how today's judicial system came about


  7. Victoire Victoire says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBAmusing romp through Pupillage and the English Criminal Courts system ending with a bit of 'the end is nigh for the good old system' and a stab at the coming two tier justice Recommended for those who like a chuckle andor have legal aspirations


  8. Amber Rush Amber Rush says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBIn this book Mcbride establishes how the criminal legal system is in fact rigged to those who can afford it as well as the new efficient turnarounds actually are damaging the justice we receive Following Mcbride through his pupilage which yet again was extended in the hope of tenancy the highs and lows of becoming a criminal barrister and the money making scheme it has become Discussing the Victorianbeginning of the courtroom and the regulations are still in force in our contemporary society Explaining to all of society that the Bourgeoisie are much ruling of the legal system and their 'speech codes' are


  9. Rachael Rachael says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBBarristers are horrible people They are self interested unprepared; unprofessional find it hilarious to sell out a client; they break confidentiality for a good story down the pub; they are unconcerned about who you are or what your story it to you they are nothing but a win which they will do at all costs They are also lazy afternoon naps; whingers; they only want to to interesting trials god forbid you are a youth offender ego driven and they are obsessed with material gain At least that’s how this book portrays them Half way though I picked up “In your defence” by Sarah Langford to reassure myself that some barristers care about the clientsThis book can’t work out whether it’s a memoir a history of the cour


  10. Gareth Evans Gareth Evans says:

    Defending The Guilty MOBI ✓ Defending The eBook ½ PDF ws musik.de defending kindle, guilty kindle, Defending The mobile, Defending The Guilty ePUBThis caught my eye in a discount bookshop It has the same title as the BBC series and my copy made reference to the fact that it was being televised Strangely the book and the TV series have little in common aside that they feature barristers The TV series is a raunchy over the top fiction The book is an amalgam of history reminisce and criticisms of policyThe book covers much the same ground as the later Secret Barrister Although McBride’s book is a little less serious and entertaining Overall it’s a really interesting and entertaining read despite being published 10 years ago


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