Pleading Guilty

Paul Genney

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Pleading Guilty

Pleading Guilty Wallace is full of passion He is angry at the changing world around him He is angry at the Bar with its charter marks and political correctness the Crown Prosecution Service for its gross incompeten

  • Title: Pleading Guilty
  • Author: Paul Genney
  • ISBN: 9781903517574
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wallace is full of passion He is angry at the changing world around him He is angry at the Bar, with its charter marks and political correctness, the Crown Prosecution Service for its gross incompetence and at the people running his chambers for their lack of loyalty to the clerk who had set up their chambers and helped to make them well paid lawyers He is also full ofWallace is full of passion He is angry at the changing world around him He is angry at the Bar, with its charter marks and political correctness, the Crown Prosecution Service for its gross incompetence and at the people running his chambers for their lack of loyalty to the clerk who had set up their chambers and helped to make them well paid lawyers He is also full of love for his wife, their family and for Pauline, a legal assistant at another law firmAn over the top bittersweet comedy that introduces us to one of the most unlikely anti heroes of modern times, Wallace, who is destined to leave his mark both on the legal establishment and his readers.

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    1. Phillip Taylor on said:

      NOT SUCH A RIGHT WALLY AFTER ALL!Paul Genney weaves a good tale with this patchwork legal quilt of ‘fly on the wall’ vignettes linked to his character, ‘Wally’ Wallace of Whitebait Chambers, up north. I met Paul recently and he outlined his book, which took my attention so I read it with interest after the defining Mortimer years with Rumpole and Sir John’s concerns over ‘New’ Labour changes to our profession which seem to have set the current precedent in modern legal characters a [...]

    2. Barbara Byrne on said:

      Liked this book but couldn't get over the fact that the hero of the book was 60ish but acted like a love lorn teenager even though he was married.

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