Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 17 September

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The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts

newspapers3David Allen Green: English judges free expression and the criminal law [Financial Times]

Lib Dems will seek new law to curb legal limbo on police bail [The Times]

Judge reprimands oil giant BP for manipulating line spacings to fit six extra pages of text in court document [The Telegraph]

Grandfather shoots dead lawyer and his client who was battling for custody of the gunman’s three-year-old grandchild in Danish courtroom [Mail Online]

Rights of women demo Friday 19 September – Royal Courts of Justice [Twitter]

Chilling ruling that means killers jailed for life could win a legal right to die… while their victim’s families face a lifetime of suffering [Mail Online]

Fake solicitors steal hundreds of pounds from Milton Keynes residents [Milton Keynes Citizen]

US judge calls parents ‘idiots,’ jails mother for outburst [WNCN]

Legal Eagle: Can you go to prison for lying on your CV? [Mancunian Matters]

“When we do get 5 minutes, we look at fantasy jobs online and drink tea because it is slightly better than court coffee and it is much cheaper” [Legal Cheek comments]

Personal injury paralegal sought for respected London firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]