Private Prosecutions – naming & shaming in the Court Room – is that the Achilles Heel?

Norman Scarth and Maurice KirkMaurice wrote about Norman’s initiative in Leeds and Manchester, where he acted as McKenzie Friend, on his own website.

This is therefore just to ensure that more people hear the good news: private prosecutions are an as yet untried ‘legal vehicle’ that gives hope to ‘seasoned litigants in person’ such as Maurice and Norman Scarth.

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