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A Typical Day for a Litigant in Person in Custody whilst Unconvicted

“Prisons don’t have a lobby”, I was told by the priest who has been looking after prisoners in Berlin-Tegel (Germany) for many years. But he also told me that he has lost all faith in solicitors! That’s solicitors advising convicted … Continue reading

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