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THE HUMOUR IN JUSTICE TODAY
written by The Justice of the Peace on the 06th February 2017 at 11:59

Over the last few years increasing restrictions have been placed upon magistrates` courts concerning remands in custody.  The natural corollary to that position is the imagination of District Judges and Justices of the Peace in the imposition of conditions by which bail is granted.  However those imposed by ex colleagues at Walsall Magistrates` Court last week on a tattoo artist must be the most esoteric for quite some time. He was ordered to comply as follows by the bench chairman, "You must not carry out the removal of body parts...........”  Burke and Hare weren`t let off that easily in Edinburgh in 1828 but then of course they had more sinster and evil intent.
 Originally posted at http://thejusticeofthepeaceblog.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-humour-i...

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