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Friday, 5 July 2013

"This Is Bullsh*t - Law Officer 'Can' Be Prosecuted For Breach Of Trust"

"Crooks Moving The Goalposts Again"


40 comments:

  1. Um, this is a pretty big deal! Again, no remedy? I call B.S. on that. In no way is that ruling compatible with any democratic structuring. It should backfire if Jersey is still touting itself as a "modern Western democracy" with the expected rule of law.

    Elle

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    1. Hi Elle, your input is always appreciated hun, however, I would request that you refrain from the following...."modern Western democracy" as these so called, democracies are being proved to be the most corrupt entities on the planet, and on a weekly basis.

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    2. You know the rules girl ;)

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  2. Who was the law officer Ian?

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    1. I have been asked not to disclose 'his' name (by one of our few decent politicians) at this present moment in time. All will be revealed at a later date :)

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  3. last minute amendments to Jersey Law 2005 Imagine having power to amend so quickly

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  4. Imagine having the power to make it not applicable to yourself :)

    Go Go common law....

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  5. Did I not read that Timothy Hanson recently said that there was no problem with the rule of law in jersey?

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    1. hahaha, yes you did anon, right here on this blog. Timmsey Whimmsey is full of shit I'm afraid, just like every lawyer over here....They are exactly like the police, all have a point they will not go beyond, a bunch of corrupt fucking cowards....The whole fucking shooting match.

      Gutless shits, the lot of em!

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    2. Keep laughing and rolling anon, it sure as hell is going to get more hilarious over the next couple of months, I can assure you of that.

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  6. By the way, it's my 50th birthday today if anyone is interested? I am certainly fucking not!!!

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    1. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Hope it's a great new decade for you, Ian!

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    2. Happy birfday you old git ... mind you, you are only a month and a half in front of me .... I demand a recount ...

      The Beano is not the Rag

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    1. Happy Birthday Ian, Oh, Ok, thanks Rico, your welcome Ian :)

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    2. I though you didnt know your birthday, so you are maritime stock then ! you are a person !your birth certificate shows how old you are .

      Happy Birthday , day late though, nevermind.

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  8. Belated happy birthday Ian.

    Am I to take it, this is the one and only complaint of professional misconduct against a States employed lawyer since, the law was passed?

    If not, why now is this being discussed

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  9. Ian, I am trying to link this important story from twitter. Do you have a tweet button?

    Elle

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    1. Good Lord no!

      I hate twatter, VFC keeps insisting I join, I hate it....Can you not just swipe the URL and paste?

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  10. Thanks. I just did. I cut & paste (a lot) but need to learn how to create the shorter links for Twitter. Twitter is my avenue for reaching the wider international audience, but the 140 character limit is a challenge for longer links when I also need to explain what link is about. You might be surprised how many people have become interested in Jersey's current affairs.

    Elle

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  11. Hope you had a Happy Birthday you old git, LOL
    :)

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  12. At the risk of soiling your fine blog with profanity

    HOLY CRAP !!!!!!!!

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  13. Well well well, now I know why when I wanted to find out 'who the Law Officers were accountable' this came out! I know of a case where this happened a Law Officer who knew he could do what he liked and he had the power to do it and he did, so my question has been answered! Time for change!

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  14. I have just read the JEP, now we know why Matthew Jowitt a Crown Officer was protected during the Curtis Warren case, it's plain now for all to see! Curtis Warren case, Michel case... and I am sure many others Matthew Jowitt has been on! his arrogance was that of someone who knew he could do what he liked and knew he was protected! I am sure we have not heard the last of this either....

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  15. Elle try this.
    copy the link for the page you want shortened link to then go to
    URL SHORTNER link provided for url shortner and paste in the long link you require shortened.

    Hope this helps and I have explained clearly.

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    1. I will do that. Thanks so much!

      Elle

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  16. I am getting confused as to which brother did what! can someone tell me? the JEP shows William Bailhahce but it was Philip Bailhache that pushed the vote to protect Crown Officers from being ever investigated for a complaint....

    "Take a look how then Bailiff, Philip Bailhache, helps get this piece of legislation through the chamber from his unelected seat. He makes a mini speech"

    If both brothers are linked then this is again extremely dangerous! but we already know they are don't we!

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  17. Hello Bloggers,

    Just an observation of mine over the years, why do all crown officers come across as little weasels? seriously, they all look like little ferrets who have a dose of Napoleon Syndrome.

    I have a theory on this which is ...that it kind of happens to them when they start acting as crown officers, im thinking the corrupt “im now bending over Baillache act " has manipulated their physiology lol seriously.

    If you look in their eyes they are so distant and definitely do not resemble the majority of practicing local advocates or lawyers with regards to their vibe, mmm strange indeed.

    Im being serious on this, if you see a lineup of all internal law offices advocates or crown lawyers, it’s uncanny how the all resemble each other in some way.

    I'm meaning very small like, feminine, flippant, like they are continuously walking a tightrope. Im sure the stress gets to them...makes their eys more beady, and they often get the shakes etc. that’s one of Matt's traits, he shakes like a leaf when acting and he has only started to get like that in the last 5 years from when I first met him.

    cont...

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  18. Howard Sharpe goes on about law offices lawyers being vulnerable to malicious complaints, but what he doesn’t say is that Jowitt is mainly representing the AG who is making the malicious complaints. Howard Sharpe knows this very well, that’s why Jowitt has a complaint list as long as a football field lodged with the Law Society.

    Oh Howard, we all know his job entails bending over everytime Bailhache or Edmonds warn a signal and go to DEFCON 5, who do you think you are kidding? The public are well aware of him now; it’s been 10 years for Christ’s sake!


    So, Matthew Jowitt, and how he sold his soul to the Bailhache brothers since coming from 7 Bedford Row Chambers. Jowitt is well known at Morier House as the lawyer who has a license to break every rule in the book. I first met him when he came to Jersey in 2002 and bloody hell has he changed. Again the Bailhache instructions does take something out of a person.


    Thing is with Jowitt is that he doesn't fill the traditional role of a Lawyer in Jersey, meaning that the need to work hard in regards to winning cases for the AG doesn’t really come into it, he simply only acts when there is either a cover up planned, or that an existing crown officer or investigative officer has messed up and made the cover up worse, this is when the Law offices call DEFCON 5.

    As said above, the reason being is that his cases are already being directed from the Deputy Bailiff, The Commissioners, and magistrates. All he has to do is turn up and just spool out what the AG tells him too, lie when he needs to, misrepresent when he needs to, mislead when he needs to. He simply just doesn’t need to worry about prosecuting or defending a claim with any real work because he only takes part in cases that the Bailiff or Le Cocq has already sorted out , meaning a direction from the top , so in essence being a corrupt lawyer is just part of his role.

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  19. If you can imagine a DEFCON meter pinned to the wall in the law offices department, where there is a real serious issue with a local official, or a government department, or there is a real chance that the establishment are on the rocks, he will simply rock up and do what’s he is told, no matter the legality or the conduct that needs breaching.

    When it gets to DEFCON 5, William Baillhache, or the corrupt legal advisors, get straight on the phone to him and instruct him to put on his cloak and make his way to any court which needs the assistance of a corrupt lawyer who doesn't care lying or misleading the court. He simply has no case work to do, he doesnt need to research any case and doesn't need to worry, he could show a commissioner a white piece of paper and call it black and the commissioner would agree, well that’s what it used to be like but I think it’s begun to change within the last 2 years. He has Obviously forgotten just how small this island is and the local change with scrutiny , it’s always been a danger with what he has been doing in the last 5 years.


    Jowitt is predominantly a lawyer who captains the ship when pro-active prosecutions are taking place to either seize funds from non-responsive companies, or non-resident depositors. He also takes charge of cases where they may have a litigant who isn’t legally qualified or is unable to defend their case and the case presents a danger on the DEFCON meter , It’s definitely something that I know they have been using him for recently to cover a particular cases. On the base of his role, the clue is just to follow what case he is on; there is normally always a reason because its high on the DEFCON warning signal.


    On the grapevine, its knows within the society that he tried to hand his notice in within the last 3 weeks to the Law offices , but Bailhache and his cronies didn’t accept it.


    Well, where else are they going to find a lawyer who has grown a snake's tongue as long as his.

    http://www.jerseylaw.je/Publications/jerseylawreview/Oct03/JLR0310_Postscript.aspx
    This article is published by Jowitt in 2003 and it sums Jowitt up completely “Floating in Jersey ".

    Sums up his role in Jersey perfectly.

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    1. He has tried to hand his notice in on a number of occasions!

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  20. The comment at 11.11 is incorrect.

    Crown Officers as we know this law was passed through by guess, wait for it Willy's older brother Philip!
    It was the States members, the half asleep, dead wood ones that come banging on your door at election time with big smiles and yet cannot be bothered to read a report or discuss far reaching implications of there actions.

    These are the halfwits that rule Jersey, and also voted against adding None of the Above to Bailhaches bent referendum document.

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  21. spot on anon 3.01pm

    The majority of States members are so thick that they wouldn't know corruption unless it smacked them in the face.

    And then when they do get smacked, they wake up and go on massive rants at how its affected them.

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  22. Or they keep silent and look the other way so they can be sent to China the Falklands, Dubai or a large choice of other places all paid for by us on nice not needed Jollies.

    Have you noticed how the progressives rarely get away.

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