Theodora Dallas reflects on contempt and its consequences
Following on from my last post the result of the contempt of court by juror Theodora Dallas is at least three months in jail. As Lord Sugar might have said "What was she thinking?". Apparently not a lot, as she claims her "grasp of English" is not always that good. But it was good enough for the University of Bedfordshire, which employed her as a lecturer. I doubt she told them that the job was all Greek to her.
Anyway, she's doing time for contempt. A salutory lesson to all those who may think a fair trial is one which they can influence.
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