Principles of retribution, inflexible rules & compromises.
'Truth the Whole truth and Nothing but..', is best,
While 'Truth and Nothing but..', leaves out the rest.
Stealthy lawyers; by close selection sets,
Present persuasive cases like cadets,
Whose exclusions like 'suppressio veri's',
To th'unwary, make 'suggestio falsi's'
When 'full disclosure'; lawful, be withheld,
Unjust sentences make, nought there expelled.
Difficult indeed to form conclusions,
Whose truth relies on 'Whole truth' bastions.
Last resort those logical conjectures,
Which explain these; 'must have been', abductures.
Thus stealth perceived, by grievèd stealth combat,
Logic's laws clean all space' and time's caveat.
Law - By Questor ©
LANGUAGE & LOGIC *** STOP PRESS evidencePATAS- cases appeals upheld
This web site is designed to provide those readers; intending to proceed with a claim while unfamiliar with the courts, some guidance on avoiding a few pitfalls following the inevitable asymmetry of information between themselves as perhaps lay claimants, and professional solicitors and barristers. Brief Introduction lower down this page.
For any person interested in law, who has a predilection for Shakespeare as I have a passion, it’s great wonder that he was not a lawyer, else must have had considerable contact with the law. Throughout his plays, you will find terms used at law today, that were well founded in all of Shakespeare’s writings some 400 years ago.
Egregious, wilful, negligence, true, false, misprision, promise, breach, contract, composition, mercy, redemption, and so on, the list is endless., Measure for Measure is likely the best one to begin with., not only being full of such language, but a perfect model for the art of precisely reasoned retribution.
It is not intended to deprecate the genuine professional, except those who use the aforesaid asymmetry to abuse due process, present biased evidence, suppress truth (suppresio veri) and suggest falsities (suggestio falsi).
The author has been aware for some time, that lowering standards of evidence in court, have licensed unscrupulous solicitors or legal representatives to indulge in perjury, misrepresentation and all forms of Machiavellian ethics to either get a case dismissed, or else search for some CPR (Civil Procedure Rule) to bring the case to a close without having it properly heard.
Following the genuineness of pre-trial procedures, you will have already determined whether the additional presence of legal representation may indicate the opposing litigant is relying on the ‘cloak’ of concealment to advance their case. If you have no problem with telling the truth, then it is unlikely you need legal council if you are prepared to research a little. There is a well known calculation in advanced mathematics proving that two plus two equals five! Some legal council will prove this to be the case rather than two plus two equals four! A solicitor; unlike most barristers who proceeds in this fashion, commits:...
A Valid argument for integrity
A challenge for the many who try to lie in court
"The law against it! But that her tender shame
Will not proclaim against her maiden loss,
How might she tongue me! Yet reason dares her no;
For my authority bears a so credent bulk
That no particular scandal once can touch
But it confounds the breather." (ii) ***
A Fallacy (appeal to Authority) ( I am - titled, and I work for a large company )
“All is not well.
I doubt some foul play. Would the night were come!
Till then sit still, my soul. Foul deeds will rise,
Though all the earth o'erwhelm them, to men's eyes."
A valid argument for patience, allowing time , nature and logical rationalisation to mature, eventually displaying the full design and purpose intended by the tortfeasor.""
The underlying intentions behind such procedures are to do with lower standards of behaviour and integrity.
The strategy is one of malfeasance and nonfeasance under the guise of omissions excused as oversights.
"display, rhetoric and proof to,argument, logic and truth."
Might’s not right, where argument's not treason,
Treason's his who's Might, supress’ good reason.
*** (i) Tragedy of Hamlet III-IV:47
*** (ii) Measure for MeasureIV,IV:26
*** (iii) Tragedy of Hamlet I-II:257
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