Thursday, November 8, 2007

Nice Cabbie and fair judgment

Nice Cabbie and fair judgment


If you re-read Faruque's original post on this matter you'll see that he is making a call for applying the presumption of innocence to the accused driver, and criticising the Telegraph and 2GB for, in his view, abrogating this presumption. He also makes a call for witnesses to the alleged crime.

At no time does he take the side of the driver, as you seem to be suggesting.

You, dearest Rossco, should cease acting for the prosecution in this matter and accord this driver his presumption of innocence, which is his legal right, and your legal obligation, until it is proven otherwise by the judicial process.I've included Faruque's post in full below for your reference.


Source: NSW TDA Forum

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