under the southern cross I stand ...
You're just too stupid to respond in your own words. You'd be the type to smoke in the theatre like your giffy hero.
That's the way mate! You keep stinking the place up with your filthy habits.
Maybe L's team taking a leaf out of the Trump book.
Delay at every opportunity until you wear out the prosecution, the complainant, the jury .
I'd love to know who's paying his legal fee's. Some secret trust fund maybe.
No one has ever gotten millions in a settlement if there wasn't a hell of a case.So girls there is your business model. Accuse someone from the Liberal party of rape and even if the charges are withdrawn you still get a payday.
No one has ever gotten millions in a settlement if there wasn't a hell of a case.
basic logic and reasonAnd your expertise on Australian defamation laws to support that assertion is..... ?
Come off it - since WHEN have those 2 things ever applied to anything regarding the legal 'profession'?basic logic and reason
Obviously. Unlike the USA though, she won't be getting squllions,No one has ever gotten millions in a settlement if there wasn't a hell of a case.
Accuse someone from the Liberal party of rape and even if the charges are withdrawn you still get a payday.
Looks like @MR.CLEAN was prophetic.That's not the end of it though.
Brittany Higgins settles personal injury claim against the commonwealthLawyers for the former Liberal staffer said she had agreed a settlement after a ‘short mediation’www.theguardian.com
The concerns about police conduct are now being examined by the law enforcement watchdog, the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity.
Pressure is also growing on the ACT government to announce some form of public inquiry into the affair. Almost every party involved has called for some form of inquiry and it is now being seriously contemplated by chief minister Andrew Barr’s cabinet.
The cabinet met on Monday afternoon and discussed the possibility of a broad-ranging, independent inquiry.
“The cabinet discussed how a broad-ranging, independent inquiry could help to identify the roles played by the parties involved in the trial and whether these actions were appropriate,” Barr said. “These discussions also noted that an [Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity] investigation is currently under way.”
Higgins has also complained about police conduct prior to the trial, alleging they distributed a USB stick containing, among other things, her private counselling notes to Lehrmann’s defence. The defence says they did not access the documents. She has complained to ACT policing and is still waiting on the results of the internal investigation.
If law is anything, it's logical. Not always reasonable, and often quite unfair, but always logical.Come off it - since WHEN have those 2 things ever applied to anything regarding the legal 'profession'?