Sunday, December 11, 2005

The Attorney General Apologises

I sometimes get very wound up by very small issues. Over the past few weeks I have been rather upset by the Attorney General's office misquoting one of my cases as being a shambolic state of affairs where defence solicitors took advantage of 'the system' to bring a case to it's knees - have a look here and here about my ramblings.

I have now heard back from the Attorney General's office. You can have a look at what they said in full by downloading this .pdf document. The important part of the letter states, "The error in the accompanying press release was the fault of the CPS, who has notified this office that it had wrongly attributed the facts of a different case to that of your client. We have therefore arranged for the immediate amendment of the press release, and apologise to you for the confusion."

I am now happy that this little misunderstanding has been resolved.

6 comments:

mellowdaisy said...

Hooray! :-)

Outsider said...

It's not called the Crap Prosecution Service for nothing!!

Anonymous said...

Gavin, you removed your full name from the address, but not from the "Dear Mr..."

Gavin said...

I know, I know. There is a pretty good trail across the internet to find out who I am if you really are interested.

Anonymous said...

Well done Gavin. By the way, are you by any chance the Gavin Burrell who worked for Duncan Lewis?

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