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The Man Who Shot the President and Other Lawyers

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ISBN13: 9780854900299
Published: September 2008
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £14.95



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In From Wig and Pen to Computer the author made brief references to his practice and wrote about his experience as a writer of articles and books on legal and allied topics. In the present book, The Man who Shot the President and other Lawyers he gives an amusing account of some of his more entertaining and interesting cases while at the Bar and on the Bench, coupled with revealing stories about some of his contemporaries in the law.

It is likely to prove an acceptable gift for law students, lawyers and laymen alike. Sir Mark Potter, in his Foreword, comments: ‘This book is a treasure house of anecdote and reminiscence.’ He goes on to describe it as ‘a fascinating patchwork assembled from the varied fabric of a career at the Bar of a kind which has all but disappeared in the age of increased specialisation, followed by 22 years as a humane and humorous Circuit Judge before whom advocates and litigants alike were treated with fairness, courtesy and consideration

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Subjects:
Wildy, Simmonds and Hill, Biography
Contents:

Foreword by the Rt. Hon. Sir Mark Potter, President of the Family Division
Preface

The man who shot the President
Am I in the right profession?
Niall MacDermot
Blooded at the Bailey
Your move, Mr. Jackson
The show must go on
Who killed the guinea?
Counsel is instructed to advise
The poor client
Silence in court!
Sleeping in court
Alibi
Court-martial
Filling in the gaps
Mike Parrott and the ‘Ridiculous charges’
Technology arrives
Jim Seeman
Judge Allister Hamilton
Three aviation cases
Geoffrey Lane

The heartbreak of divorce;
Bernard Caulfield;
Pomp and Circumstance, or Bewigged, Bothered and
Bewildered;
A prison break;
Put him down! ;
Identification evidence;
I’m not so think as you drunk I am;
Thank you, Mr. Interpreter;
Don’t use that language in court!;
Pupils;
Post-traumatic stress disorder;
I could say;
Burning the midnight oil;
What is a flood?;
The careful landlord;
Is there a vet in the house?;
The model courthouse;

Series: Eric Stockdale

Further and Worse Particulars ISBN 9780854900411
Published April 2009
Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
£14.95
From Wig and Pen to Computer: Reflections of a Legal Author ISBN 9780854900220
Published April 2008
Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
£14.95