Scots justice in dock- Solicitors indefinite court

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Scots justice in dock: Solicitors' indefinite courtroom boycott over legal aid crisis - Today News Post Today News || UK News

SERIOUS concerns have been raised about access to justice in Scotland as an “underfunding” of the rights for less well off Scots to a courtroom defence has plunged the system into “crisis” leading to an indefinite boycott of certain courts by many lawyers in protest.

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