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GROUND BREAKING THAI COURT GIVES BAIL TO ALLEGED REPEAT DRUGS OFFENDER

In British Law, David Hanks, drugs, DSI by Andrew Drummond5 Comments

A 40-year-old Australian national was granted bail by the Thai Region 2 Appeal Court today in the sum of 800,000 (AUS$30,573) on a charge of possessing ‘Ice’  – crystal methamphetamine. Jacob Dade Davies from Melaney, Queensland, had earlier been refused bail by Pattaya Provincial Court, as earlier this year in case YO17/58 he had been convicted of possession of  a …

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‘JUSTIFIABLY PROUD’ BRITISH CONSULAR SERVICE PROMISES TO REMOVE DIGIT

In British Embassy, British Law, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond5 Comments

FAMILIES OF MURDER VICTIMS ABROAD TO GET MORE ASSISTANCE The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office is to set up an ‘Access to Justice Unit’ to help the families of victims of murder and manslaughter overseas. The move follows criticism from the families which included demonstrations in London and a review by the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee. According to an FCO …

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OH NO! ITS JUST NOT POSSIBLE! BRITISH EMBASSY ELEVATES 'AMERICAN LAWYER'

In British Law, Drew Noyes, Investigations, One Stop Legal Services, Uncategorised, Wanrapa Boonsu by Andrew Drummond10 Comments

BE WARNED. A LIST OF LAWYERS PROVIDED TO BRITONS IN TROUBLE BY THEIR EMBASSY IN BANGKOK IS A CROCK OF………. In a hundred years I never thought the British Embassy in Bangkok would leave themselves open to such direct ridicule. But their preparation of a list of lawyers to present to British citizens when in trouble appears to amount to …

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ANTI-VIRUS PROGRAMME INVENTED AS DEFENCE AGAINST FAKE FOREIGN LAWYERS-

In Alba Laws, Brian Goudie, British Law, Drew Noyes, Flying Sporran, One Stop Service Center, Pattaya, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond10 Comments

PLUS BREAKING NEWS: CAMERAS ! POLICE! ACTION OUTSIDE NOYES’ FRONT DOOR- NOYES PICTURE REMOVED! Capitalising on the seven day internet silence of Pattaya Times founder American Drew Noyes some wag is now promoting a new anti-virus programme that, I guess, beats as it sweeps as it cleans. With the files in Pattaya Provincial Court now overflowing with pictures of the …

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Lawyer On British Embassy List In Thailand Was Struck Off In Britain

In British Law, Investigations, Kevin Harper, Pattaya, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond19 Comments

British Law Just Isn’t British Law A lawyer running a firm called British Law in Pattaya was actually struck off the law list in Britain for failing to properly represent one of his clients. Kevin Harper, who formerly worked at Josephs Solicitors in Blackburn, Lancashire, was struck off in 2009 in case number 9816 2007 of the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, …