Volume 89 - January 2014
Do not miss our Annual Cartoon Caption Competition in our next issue.
In this issue:
Editor and Author of The Law is an Ass...Make Sure it Doesn't Bite Yours!
Falling Crime rates
Q. Are falling crimes rates just another sign of the unreliability of this generation? A. A growing number of prosecutors blame computer games such as Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty, which have enticed the young to play out their violent, rapacious fantasies in the comfort of their own bedrooms rather than misbehave on the streets...
Extract from - My card "without prejudice" -advice on law and lawyers by John Fytit AO, lawyer to be published later this year.
In business, the use of the term “without prejudice” is right up there with “deliverables”, “sustainable” and “awesome”. It signals that you are getting legal, without the tedium and expense of involving a lawyer. It offers the romance of secret communications combined with the opportunity to say something cutting and clever in an off the record sort of way, in case it turns out not to be so clever after all.
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Disclaimer: The content of the Law & Disorder eZine is to give you legal basics and in some instances, included unashamedly to try and make you laugh. In law, it is sometimes difficult to work out what is serious and what is just for fun. Therefore, if you plan to do anything legal, rely on your own lawyer's advice or instruct me to look at the particular facts of your case. Not only will I deny responsibility for the legal content but also for some of the jokes.
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