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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote The Huntacha Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 3 hours 33 minutes ago at 10:16am
Originally posted by Daragho Daragho wrote:

Originally posted by Shedite Shedite wrote:

Originally posted by Daragho Daragho wrote:

I always wonder about the moral character of solicitors who defend utter c***s like Delaney. They must be just as bad. 

Edit: I've just read that Eames was a member of Fianna Fail and was nonimated to the Seanad by Charlie Haughey in 1982. Enough said.
There's lads whose job it is to defended the worst murderers and rapists out there too, a job's a job. They have to handle it professionally in the best interest of their client. I don't think defending a murderer makes you a murderer. Similarly, defending a **** like John Delaney doesn't make you a ****

Ah yes, that's true. Everyone deserves a fair trial etc. But handling it in the best interest of their client by obstructing the proceedings is objectionable, IMO. Lawyers can hide behind professional justification all they want, but if they're not court-appointed, and take these jobs voluntarily then I have little respect for their motivation. 

Is it not the company who takes on the client rather than the solicitor? As in do the solicitors have a choice? 
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Originally posted by The Huntacha The Huntacha wrote:

Is it not the company who takes on the client rather than the solicitor? As in do the solicitors have a choice? 

The solicitor has a choice which company they work for. Some solicitor firms would stay well away from it. Had a solicitor friend whos company dealt a lot with with house evictions. She hated it so she moved firms.  
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Originally posted by The Huntacha The Huntacha wrote:

Originally posted by Daragho Daragho wrote:

Originally posted by Shedite Shedite wrote:

Originally posted by Daragho Daragho wrote:

I always wonder about the moral character of solicitors who defend utter c***s like Delaney. They must be just as bad. 

Edit: I've just read that Eames was a member of Fianna Fail and was nonimated to the Seanad by Charlie Haughey in 1982. Enough said.
There's lads whose job it is to defended the worst murderers and rapists out there too, a job's a job. They have to handle it professionally in the best interest of their client. I don't think defending a murderer makes you a murderer. Similarly, defending a **** like John Delaney doesn't make you a ****

Ah yes, that's true. Everyone deserves a fair trial etc. But handling it in the best interest of their client by obstructing the proceedings is objectionable, IMO. Lawyers can hide behind professional justification all they want, but if they're not court-appointed, and take these jobs voluntarily then I have little respect for their motivation. 

Is it not the company who takes on the client rather than the solicitor? As in do the solicitors have a choice? 
They could have studied harder and got jobs more beneficial to society.
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