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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Sometimes it’s right for the police to examine complainants’ phones. It’s called investigation [Barrister Blogger]

The truth laid bare — mobile phones and sexual offences [Counsel of Perfection]

As a QC, I believe the time has come to legalise drugs [The Spectator]

Julian Assange: Bail Act offence, sentencing remarks of HHJ Deborah Taylor at Southwark Crown Court []

Lawyers, deadlines and procrastination: how do you deal with it? [Civil Litigation Brief]

Whatever happened to the presumption of innocence? [Legal Cheek Journal]

David Allen Green: Zombies and Brexit [The Law and Policy Blog]

Sean Jones QC: Brexiters, Elites and the death of the Irish joke [Medium]

Remind me why I do this job again? [Lucy Reed on Twitter]

How to get into law as a career changer — with Shearman & Sterling, Irwin Mitchell, 2 Temple Gardens and ULaw [Legal Cheek Hub]

“As a magistrate, hugely worry she continues to use the word victim, in circumstances where prosecuting counsel has corrected her as to the facts of the case being dropped” [Legal Cheek comments]

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