Morning round-up: Friday 27 June
The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts.
Law graduate who falsely accused her boyfriend of rape as an excuse for failing her exams has been jailed for three-and-a-half years [BBC News]
Defendant uses interpreter to tell judge to ‘f*** off’ [Mail Online]
Luis Suarez ban: Liverpool could become involved in extraordinary legal battle after Fifa imposes four-month ban for World Cup bite [The Independent]
But Suarez case doesn’t have employment law implications, says barrister [Twitter]
Suarez does not have any employment law implications. Stop it. Stop it. Cringeworthy.
— Jamie Anderson (@EmploymentBar) June 26, 2014
City Spy: Wonga’s in search of a lawyer — for real [The Evening Standard]
Law Society contacts police over Wonga fake firm letters [Law Society Gazette]
18-year-old man who tagged courtroom as he waited for a hearing on another graffiti charge pleads guilty [Fox 5]
Britney Spears splits from legal assistant boyfriend David Lovato after just a year [The Mirror]
Law firm Allen & Overy lauds Belfast on back of major deal [Belfast Telegraph]
Man, 51, collapses and DIES after judge sentences him to 60 days in jail for kissing a teenage girl [Mail Online]
Heard in court [Facebook]
“Those bloody communist lefties at Amnesty are always poking their snouts in where they’re not wanted” [Legal Cheek Comments]