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. Isolated incident, No criminal record, She's not a danger to the public, Medical student (Potential valuable asset to the national services)

 

Whats wrong ?

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40 minutes ago, Afroman said:

. Isolated incident, No criminal record, She's not a danger to the public, Medical student (Potential valuable asset to the national services)

 

Whats wrong ?

smh

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43 minutes ago, Afroman said:

. Isolated incident, No criminal record, She's not a danger to the public, Medical student (Potential valuable asset to the national services)

 

Whats wrong ?

The only reason the girls in the media is to wind up idiots.

If it was a black kid at oxford with a bright future ahead of them they would have prob also got off. simple as 

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24 minutes ago, ag. said:

The only reason the girls in the media is to wind up idiots.

If it was a black kid at oxford with a bright future ahead of them they would have prob also got off. simple as 

Tolu in that situation would be finished and you know it.

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She also probably had sick lawyers coming from a rich family instead of those stitch-up jailhouse solicitors.

41 minutes ago, Vtec said:

System working as normal here.

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10 minutes ago, Drift said:

She also probably had sick lawyers coming from a rich family instead of those stitch-up jailhouse solicitors.

^^

Trust me

Stitch up barristers. Stitch up every dyam thing

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^^ tbh it does happen 

mitigating circumstances are always taken into account

and proper lawyers would have exposed that 

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20 minutes ago, Grafter said:

Trust me

Stitch up barristers. Stitch up every dyam thing

LOL @ taking some any lawyer they wanna give you.

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it does happen to let off people, incuding black people.. theres many times that certain man should have been sent down and got let off. 

thats why the justice system is too lenient tbh... however stats still show that black people are let down more. and more likely to catch a case. 

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22 minutes ago, Drift said:

She also probably had sick lawyers coming from a rich family instead of those stitch-up jailhouse solicitors.

 

 

This.

The system has always been in the rich's favour.

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19 minutes ago, Thizz said:

LOL @ taking some any lawyer they wanna give you.

True but some dont have a choice

An u can still find ur own solicitor and have no idea about the barrister that you get on your court date

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19 minutes ago, VENOM said:

it does happen to let off people, incuding black people.. theres many times that certain man should have been sent down and got let off. 

thats why the justice system is too lenient tbh... however stats still show that black people are let down more. and more likely to catch a case. 

On the whole what is your evidence for saying that it is too lenient?

In my opinion true justice is only accessible with money or a stroke of luck

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35 minutes ago, JOHN DOE said:

^^ tbh it does happen 

mitigating circumstances are always taken into account

and proper lawyers would have exposed that 

:/

Like what circumstances

Always thought the system was rigged to favour the wy pipo

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1 hour ago, RYDER. said:

smh ag. just throw your sociology degree certificate in the bin and be done with it, we get it, you're mad about all the student debt you have to repay 

I never did sociology you wasteman.

and wtf does student debt have to do with my comment? are u thick 

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53 minutes ago, JOHN DOE said:

^^ tbh it does happen 

mitigating circumstances are always taken into account

and proper lawyers would have exposed that 

extenuating circumstances get taken into account all the time. It's standard procedure. Gabos, if you are of perceived value to society, you got more chance of getting off ffs

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Only reason this is in the news is to appease and appeal to two groups; Twitter mugs crying wolf about racism for retweets and people bitter they could never go to oxford and want to hate on a easy middle class target

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24 minutes ago, Seydou said:

:/

Like what circumstances

Always thought the system was rigged to favour the wy pipo

Rigged for the rich first.

That's why Cowboy and his lawyers are in court hitting cases off for six.

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1 hour ago, Grafter said:

On the whole what is your evidence for saying that it is too lenient?

In my opinion true justice is only accessible with money or a stroke of luck

its too lenient because the courts are full of young people getting into  serious trouble who already have a rapsheet a page long. constant slaps on the wrist.

until something really serious occurs then the victim and family suffers a loss or serious injury..and the offender finally gets something serious by which time is usually too late to rehabilitate them too in most cases. 

its either too lenient or the rehabilitation is rubbish or both. 

you cannot be 'lucky' to have a lenient magistrate if youve been to court 5 times for different offences...nor do these kids or their parents have the means to fund a lawyer. 

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1 hour ago, ag. said:

extenuating circumstances get taken into account all the time. It's standard procedure. Gabos, if you are of perceived value to society, you got more chance of getting off ffs

Pretty much. 

 

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