It occurs to me that you might be Mr B.
Well it occurs to you wrongly Shootist. But nice try of heading the ball into the goal of 'being patronized'.
So if I'm not capable of understanding the fineries of hearsay, I'm a career criminal who frequents the swarb forum to help assist me in all my illicit encounters because it's cheaper than a solicitor.
Maz JP wrote:a) I'm not David.
I never said you were. David is though. Hence why I quoted him and then responded to that comment.
b)Maz JP wrote:You'd be surprised at how well magistrates can understand intricacies. Maybe your belief that they are not up to such infinitely complex matters is down to your misunderstanding of the training involved which is completely factually incorrect. Not even near the actuality.
Yes you are right maz. I exaggerated the amount of training by about 30 hours.
"The training when you start will add up to about 18 hours, or 3 full days, as well as some meetings."
"You should visit your local court at least once, and a few times if you can, to check the role is right for you."
"You must also be middle class, have a fawning respect for authority and enjoy the prospect of criminalising the working classes predominantly for not paying the telly tax or council tax."
Heres the link:
https://www.gov.uk/become-magistrate/ap ... magistrate
Maz JP wrote:d) Isn't that a wonderful next course of action? No charge, but in the circumstances I trust you'll forgive me for not addressing all of your other varied prejudices.
No charge? Are you not used to working for free?