Wednesday, December 14, 2005

cold again

Monday, December 05, 2005

Prestatyn Magistrates Court

Arrived at Prestatyn Magistrates 9.45am

District Judge Shaw had been called in to hear our 'abuse of process' argument

We have not indicated a plea yet as we wish our 'abuse' argument to be heard first

DJ Shaw has listed the case for 11/01/2006 and he will then rule that the abuse argument should be heard in the Crown Court or that the case is within his juridiction and he will hear it on 11/01/2006

If the DJ rules on the 11th that the abuse should be dealt with at the crown or if he hears the argument and rules that an abuse has not been caused due to the delay then we will be committed to Mold Crown Court for trial

Thursday, December 01, 2005

Flying Tipping Allegations

What an anti-climax, after all his posturing and overdosing on massive amounts of self importance, little Kelvin's case collapsed, the County Solicitor advised that he had lack of evidence

I have considered a claim for malicious prosecution, but at the moment I have bigger fish to fry

Monday, November 28, 2005

Magistrates Court, Prestatyn

The CPS solicitor today had a better suit than the last one but he had a beard

The CPS only served the commital papers today along with their skeleton argument regarding the abuse of process application, the CPS deem it helpful for the abuse of process to be heard at the Crown Court, I explained that being helpful to the CPS is not of any particular interest to me. So we insisted that it be heard at the Magistrates court, they are bringing in a District Judge for next Monday

So me and Dave now have the commital papers to go through (250+ documents)

Going to Denbigh Magistrates on Wednesday for the fly tipping episode

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Cold today

Court cases looming

Danny is up at Llandudo Magistrates Court next monday 28th for a case review

I am up at Prestatyn Magistrates on 28th for commital to the crown Court

30th November, I am in Denbigh Magistrates regarding the fly tipping 'incident'

Wednesday, November 23, 2005