Category Archives: Draft Order

Access to Justice? No, the London Court of Appeal can’t sort Wales’ Courts out

What if you can’t get justice in Wales? You apply to the Court of Appeal in London. That’s what Maurice and his legal advisor thought. But the London Court of Appeal wrote: sorry. Not our jurisdiction. Wales is Wales. A … Continue reading

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Appealing in London for Justice in South Wales

Locals know that South Wales seems to be particularly bad in terms of how Law and Order have been replaced by “Crime and Disorder”. Maurice’s experiences are a prime example. But, fortunately, a “McKenzie Angel” put his legal abilities to … Continue reading

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Major milestone in battle of documents on behalf of Maurice (in political asylum)

Thanks to the wonders of telecommunications, we could submit three documents yesterday: to ask for Permission to Appeal a judgment and draft order to raise the level of argument from petty incidents to the principles behind the actions of South … Continue reading

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4-point Draft Order served on Trial Day 3

Maurice has not only learnt to play the lawyers’ game during his years of legal battles, but also the judges’ “etiquette of communication”! Here is the example that he sent to the Police’s solicitors, as the Court doesn’t accept his … Continue reading

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