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Is Warby J suggesting that a solicitor should be convicted without evidence or a trial? Or is he suggesting that we scrap "beyond reasonable doubt" and reduce the burden threshold to "probably"? If not, what is he suggesting? Guilt by association?

Perjury is still an offence - is that not enough ?

If a solicitor is in cahoots with a fraudulent client and sufficient proof of that is found, the Defendant's insurers will ensure that the CPS are duly and promptly notified.

It's not very helpful to propose that we start to draw up Trumpwellian laws so as to catch those who might be guilty of something. I imagine the Rulemakers have thanked him for his kind invitation and asked him to come up with some suitable legislative wording....

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