The dock brief

Not a happy place for solicitors

Reports of the steady stream of solicitors struck off for dishonesty remind me of the time that the lawyers I worked for during my pre-university gap year ended up in the Old Bailey dock.

It was in November 1969 that I chanced upon a news story in The Times about a man called Browne who, together with his wife, had received suspended sentences for mortga…

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