That Law Of Unintended Consequences Is Never Getting Repealed, Is It?

More than 11,000 criminal trials in England and Wales had to be abandoned last year because witnesses pulled out or did not appear at court, a watchdog has said.

Is this potentially a side-effect of the CPS bringing more dodgy cases to appease the SJWs?

I think there’s a clue here:

… the watchdog said too many domestic violence case witnesses were summonsed, which risked “alienating” victims who were willing to give evidence.

If they are genuinely willing, they are unlikely to be put off by a simple court document.

What do they want instead, a letter that says ‘pretty please, with sugar on the top’..?

2 comments for “That Law Of Unintended Consequences Is Never Getting Repealed, Is It?

  1. January 29, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    Clearly there’s no such thing anymore called a subpoena.

    • February 7, 2016 at 7:00 am

      The sway of Identity Politics at the CPS prevents them using it, because women are ‘victims’.

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