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Re: Define the term "directly or indirectly" ...

Postby Maz JP » Sun Jul 23, 2017 6:03 pm

DannyJP wrote:I am also explicit and go to some lengths to explain. I know other colleagues do too.


Yes, it's the done thing. One of the reasons we do it so naturally, I suspect, is that we so often find ourselves making the same explanation when granting bail on on a non-contact basis.
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