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Dr Ann Barker

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  • Born: August 5, 1946 (age 68) Education: Harvard University
  • Bar Standards Board appoints new Complaints Commissioner 01 JUL 2008


Having made a complaint against my barrister (Christopher Wing) to the Bar Standards Board (England's finest). The BSB responded as I had expected by putting a rope around their own neck. My Kafka Trial is best explained through Ann Barker, head cook and bottle washer of the Bar Standards Board.

1. Counsel failed to lodge a defence statement

  • Counsel says that he did not draft a statement because he had taken the case over from other counsel, who had dealt with the PCMH, and the time for filing had expired. He observes that in any event, you suffered no prejudice because no adverse inference was drawn at the trial and because there were no disclosure issues.
  • The solicitor to whose firm your legal aid certificate was transferred on 10 August 2009 and who instructed counsel on 20th August says that a conference took place on the 27th, says that he is unable to confirm if a defence statement was lodged. He states that in any case, by the time his firm had been instructed, the deadline for filing a statement had passed. He reports that he wrote to the prosecution and sought more time but that they refused.
  • From the above it is clear that no defence statement had been lodged by your previous legal team and that by the time your new team was instructed, the time for lodging a statement had passed. Counsel about whom you complain was therefore not responsible for this failure. Emphasis added.

The Bar Standards Board speak with forked tongue

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Drafting the defence statement

"Chapter 4 - Defence Statements

4.57  The Bar Standards Committee (BSC) warns counsel that there is no halfway house when accepting instructions to draft a defence statement and that the professional obligations are considerable. Where counsel accepts the brief for trial, his legal aid fee will be deemed to include all necessary preparation including the settling of a defence statement. [Bar Standards Board Code of Conduct, r 604(b).]

4.58  In their guidance ['The Preparation of Defence Statements', Bar Standards Committee (9 March 2011).] the BSC advises that when settling a defence statement counsel should recognize the crucial importance of obtaining all prosecution statements and documentary exhibits, a signed proof of evidence from the lay client (of sufficient detail to address properly the necessary issues) and statements from other material witnesses.

4.59 Counsel should ensure that the lay client realises the importance of the defence statement and the potential adverse consequences of an inaccurate or inadequate statement. There should be a proper informed approval of the draft by the lay client given the risks of professional embarrassment (should the lay client seek to disown the statement during cross-examination).

4.60 Counsel ought to insist upon a written acknowledgment from the lay client that:

      • he understands the importance of the accuracy of the defence statement; and
      • he has had an opportunity of considering the contents of the defence statement carefully and approves it

4.61  A conference may be necessary to ensure compliance with these fundamentals or, depending on the case, a written advice accompanying the defence statement may suffice. "

What are you Ann Barker?


What is an evil  woman?

Woman is a misbegotten man and has a faulty and  defective nature in comparison to his. Therefore she is unsure in  herself. What she cannot get, she seeks to obtain through lying and  diabolical deceptions. And so, to put it briefly, one must be on one's  guard with every woman, as if she were a poisonous snake and the horned  devil. ... Thus in evil and perverse doings woman is cleverer, that is,  slyer, than man. Her feelings drive woman toward every evil, just as  reason impels man toward all good

Albertus Magnus

What is evil man?

The man is evil who coerces obedience to his private ends, destroys beauty, produces pain, extinguishes life.

Jack Vance