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    Hi
    I'm going to Sheffield Crown Court tomorrow on a sort of school trip.
    We get a session with a judge, and have been asked to think of questions we could ask him/her.
    I have about ten good ones and five generic ones. I also want to eb a lawyer so I was thinking of some other impressive stuff I could ask him

    Does anyone have anymore ideas for questions?
    would be very grateful
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    Why does the Judiciary have such a liberal bias nowadays?
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    You want to ask "impressive" stuff? If you want to be a lawyer surely you should feel the urge to ask questions you are actually interested in, not what might impress the bunch of adolescents you're sharing the session with (I highly doubt a crown court judge is going to find any questions TSR might come up with particularly impressive).
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    (Original post by Cesare Borgia)
    Why does the Judiciary have such a liberal bias nowadays?
    i like your name we have done some things on him for AS european history
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    (Original post by contra mundum)
    i like your name we have done some things on him for AS european history
    He was an all round good egg lol, I came across him doing A2 History coursework on the Renaissance.
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    Ask why so many judges ride on their high horse with their head stuck far up their arse... Generalisation but just the judge I had was like that
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    How often do you get to sleep with the defendants?
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    Ask him for his number and if you ever get into trouble will he do you a favour for a few 50's, but hey if the answer is yes....
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    Take off your wig?
 
 
 
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