Scots law - what is an intermediate diet?

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Scots law - what is an intermediate diet?

Post by variationonatheme @ Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:18 pm

Subject is question.
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Post by scott330ci @ Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:10 pm

Um Gorv, your time space continuum seems to have broken ...
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Post by variationonatheme @ Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:31 pm

well, that showed me.
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Post by variationonatheme @ Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:35 pm

~G~ wrote:
variationonatheme wrote:well, that showed me.



Sorry. My fault for being silly.

Although I blame C2 personally. ;)


I'll survive ;)
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Re: Scots law - what is an intermediate diet?

Post by randlemarcus @ Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:44 pm

There doesnt seem to be a UK equivalent. From a quick Google, it looks like a lightweight, first hearing in front of the Judge, to weed out Guilty pleas from the defence and for the prosecution to offer no evidence, or accept a Not Guilty plea.

Seems like a sensible idea, so feck all chance of getting it dahn Sarf.

Go on then, what have you done?
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Post by variationonatheme @ Mon Mar 31, 2008 3:00 pm

randlemarcus wrote:There doesnt seem to be a UK equivalent. From a quick Google, it looks like a lightweight, first hearing in front of the Judge, to weed out Guilty pleas from the defence and for the prosecution to offer no evidence, or accept a Not Guilty plea.

Seems like a sensible idea, so feck all chance of getting it dahn Sarf.

Go on then, what have you done?


Imo I haven't done anything, either morally wrong or illegal, but they're trying to do me for not reporting an accident and also abandoning the scene... got a lawyer who's sorting everything out, but I have to attend that and the trial proper.

I'd go into more detail, but that's not wise I suppose.
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