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Date: 20 Aug 2007 16:16:35 GMT
From: MI5Victimnospamgov.uk
Subject: MI5 Persecution: No Justice 20/11/96 (9422)


(sent 20/11/96) Subject: No Justice for those with mental illness Newsgroups: uk.misc,uk.legal Organization: Toronto Free-Net Summary: Keywords: Well, the "legal option" has just foundered on the rock of lawyers refusing to deal with me on the grounds that my perception of harassment must be due to the disease. So we're back to square one again, the same place we were two years ago. Now perhaps one of our uk.legal participants can clarify this point. To me it seems illogical that lawyers should have the final say on whether you are allowed to proceed with a civil case or not. Is there a default mechanism or agency for cases such as mine where it is difficult to find a solicitor to represent you? What exactly is the "official Solicitor"? What is it possible to do if you can't find a lawyer to represent you? A chance to get a useful response out of the uk newsgroups! perhaps they can be good for something else besides spamming. .......................................................................... Represent yourself....like the defendants in the McLibel trial. you will need to read some law..but you CAN legally represent yourself I believe. Mike W. .......................................................................... From: burridgenospamis.win-uk.net (Paul Burridge) Yes, a lot of people do this nowadays. Saves on legal fees too. Lots of reading up required first, though. -- Paul .......................................................................... (posted 30/11/96 from bu765) Subject: Re: No Justice for those with mental illness Newsgroups: uk.misc,uk.legal Followup-To: uk.misc,uk.legal References: <E173G8.1oy.0.bloornospamree.net> <5711vp$tfunospamon.cc.rl.ac.uk> burridgenospamis.win-uk.net (Paul Burridge) wrote: >>Represent yourself....like the defendants in the McLibel trial. >>you will need to read some law..but you CAN legally represent yourself I >>believe. >>Mike W. > >Yes, a lot of people do this nowadays. Saves on legal fees too. Lots >of reading up required first, though. What can I do to get competent legal help though? If the case is on the face of it so bizarre that no solicitor would represent me or talk to me, then surely there must be a default mechanism? What is the "official Solicitor" that's been mentioned? .......................................................................... All you need do is go to a good library & read up about it - that's what the McLibel 2 did. -- Ban Everything or Ban Nothing ! http://www.mahayana.demon.co.uk/ ISO 1386-C compliant .sig All words written in the above posting are my opinions .......................................................................... 9422 -- Posted via NewsDemon.com - Premium Uncensored Newsgroup Service ------->>>>>>http://www.NewsDemon.com<<<<<<------ Unlimited Access, Anonymous Accounts, Uncensored Broadband Access

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