By Steven | May 10, 2010
A sentence from the Herald on Sunday’s story about Louise Nicolas’s objections to Clint Rickards’ presence of the duty solicitor roster caught my eye:
A lawyer, who did not want to be named for fear of punishment from the Law Commission, said there were many people at the courthouse “who don’t want the guy in the building”.
I knew that the Law Commission under Sir Geoffrey had a far-reaching agenda, but I didn’t know it was that far-reaching.
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