Morning round-up: Friday 20 June
The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts.
London courts revealed as having the lowest rape conviction rates in the country [Evening Standard]
Iran doles out prison sentences to tech bloggers, or “enemy cyber activists” [Mashable]
Rolf Harris trial: Jury starts deliberations [BBC News]
Aspirations of professional babysitter role dashed by judge [Twitter]
Judge to man who swung hammer around after niece's bad behaviour 'you're not a bad man – not recommended as a babysitter but not a bad man.'
— CourtNewsUK (@CourtNewsUK) June 19, 2014
Murder trial delayed because of dental abscess [Nottingham Post]
Lawyer, 70, to “retrain as doctor” [Leicester Mercury]
The six mates, including a lawyer, give up their day jobs to travel across America in a school bus [Mail Online]
Cleary pay soars even higher with new pay rises [RollOnFriday]
Suspect allegedly tags San Diego courtroom during his graffiti hearing [Los Angeles Times]
Wife of US judge pleads guilty to poisoning him [Wkyc.com]
Heard in court [Facebook]
“Niteowl and Uncle Solicitor appear not to realise that solicitors have worn wigs and gowns in Court for the last 6 years” [Legal Cheek Comments]