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Would a solicitor or barrister know this?
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This is a new matter. Are you unable to deal with it?
I shall look into it tomorrow. I am babysitting the grand children in 20 minutes time for the next 24 hours and just want to be clear about this point. Would a barrister be expected to know that a judge will not enter into direct correspondence over a case?
I seem wasting my time asking questions on this site when you do not have the courtesy to answer them even though I am paying regularly by subscription for your service.
Hello, my name is Tony, I am a solicitor.
I can see your previous exchange with Alex Watts. I agree with her, a Judge will not correspond with litigants in a case. All communications must be sent through the Court staff.
A solicitor and/or barrister would know this and they should not seek to correspond with the Judge.