All the 'information' that has turned up on here is well and truly in the public domain and has be gleaned from publicly available reporting.
Members of the Jury, the fact is that the Accused was wearing an offensive shirt. The Prosecution rests its case.All the 'information' that has turned up on here is well and truly in the public domain and has be gleaned from publicly available reporting.
The undisputed facts are:-
These are all material facts and prior knowledge of these aren't likely to affect the result of any prosecution.
- A stretch of approx 1 mile of the River Lugg has been 'modified'
- Mr. Price did it...
- ...Mr. Price has admitted to doing it
- The EA, NE et al claim that these works were 'unconsented'
- Mr. Price recently had a planning application refused
- Mr. Price has bad taste in shirts...
Have you been on a juryI'm not convinced that your legal knowledge matches your propensity to post.
If this goes to court then yes, anyone on the jury posting anything relevant to the case on social media would be in big trouble.
Useful primer on relatively recent changes, which make this (even more) unlikely:If this goes to court then yes, anyone on the jury posting anything relevant to the case on social media would be in big trouble.
Conjecture on a Fly Fishing forum could potentially fall foul under libel law, but according to a solicitor friend fo mine, the very few cases actually make it to court due to the complexity, cost and small chances of success.
So basically, I don't think anyone here is going to get a knock on the door anytime soon.
Noticed this on West Country Rivers Thread.... might help improve your understanding of modern agriculture and the problems with soils across many farms in the UK... especially the SW..Round me no field stops bare long,perhaps they are waiting to plant something else or leaving the fields fallow. There are numerous city folk on here who know sod all about farming and agriculture