January 14th, 2013

Court Report

The Crown Court
at Southwark

huhneDaily List for Monday 14 January 2013 at English Grounds, off Battlebridge Lane
Court 3
For Mention
T20127076 HUHNE Christopher
PRYCE Vasiliki

Order made under Contempt of Court Act 1981


79 Comments

  1. 1
    Emma Leven says:

    What about contempt of the electorate ?
    Does that not count ?

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    • 3
      What Have the Romans done for us? Rubbish collections? Garbage! says:

      Who’s the fucking jury, we need to fucking knows.

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    • 5
      Anonymous says:

      Is he fee then? Ding dong for Celgg then.

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    • 50
      graham smith says:

      Contempt of court is a court order which in the context of a court trial or hearing, declares a person or organization to have disobeyed or been disrespectful of the court’s authority. Often referred to simply as “contempt,” such as a person “held in contempt,” it is the judge’s strongest power to impose sanctions for acts which disrupt the court’s normal process.

      A finding of contempt of court may result from a failure to obey a lawful order of a court, showing disrespect for the judge, disruption of the proceedings through poor behaviour, or publication of material deemed likely to jeopardize a fair trial. A judge may impose sanctions such as a fine or jail for someone found guilty of contempt of court. Judges in common law systems usually have more extensive power to declare someone in contempt than judges in civil law systems. The client or person must be proven to be guilty before he/she will be punishe

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      • 73
        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        Chris is under the protection of the Grand Master, therefore he cannot be found in contempt of Court. Boaz.

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  2. 2
    The lies of a Huhne says:

    It was not me it was Vicky.

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  4. 7
    Lethal Injection says:

    *Waits patiently*

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  5. 8
    P l e b says:

    What does ‘for mention’ mean?

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    • 13
      Basil Fawlty says:

      It has nothing to do with the war

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    • 15
      Owen Jones says:

      I’m afraid he failed to mention it to Guido Fawkes who used it ages back :(

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    • 18
      Grimy Miner says:

      When any case comes before the Crown Court the first (meaningful) hearing is known as the Pleas and Case Management Hearing. If a defendant pleads ‘guilty’ then the matter will proceed to a sentence hearing. If ‘not guilty’ then a trial will need to be held and therefore various ‘directions’ are given by the judge for both sides to complete any necessary work before the trial date, which can often be set at this time. The aim of these hearings is to try and eliminate the need for any further court hearings before the trial is heard – however, things don’t always go to plan….

      In both cases the use of a ‘mention hearing’ can be to deal with all manner of things which could include (though not an exhaustive list) any outstanding issues of prosecution evidence disclosure, unexpected witness availablity difficulties, having to change a trial date and/or venue, preliminary arguments over issues of law or admissibility of evidence (if before the nominated trial judge): either the court, prosecution or defence can ask for a case to be listed ‘for mention’ if matters cannot be resolved administratively and a judge is needed to make decisions in relation to a forthcoming trial.

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      • 27
        P l e b says:

        Thank you Sir

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      • 32
        Alexsandr says:

        delaying tactics then…

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      • 46
        Snotsicle says:

        So that means Huhne won’t be finishing the day in a prison van headed for Pentonville?

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        • 78
          hold_them_to_ac says:

          No. A sentencing hearing will almost always be disclosed (by an obvious name) : Sentencing.

          Rumour has it that: even the day of the verdict in this trial may only announced once it has been pronounced by the jury.

          Conspicuously fair as far as fair trials can ever be fair you see. This is with a public figure who of course is loved and hated in equal measures by political point scorers. It is frustrating not being able to give opinions when we know so little (all key facts are secret unless you attend the court) but we will soon.

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  6. 9
    CLUELESS DAVE CUNTSERVATIVE P M says:

    Breaking News : The plane i sent to France to help in the Mali conflict has broken down in Paris !
    There is no truth that the elastic band has broken !

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  7. 10
    Dan Stato says:

    A man is judged innocent in Britain today if he has accrued enough taxpayer cash to prove it.

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  8. 11
    Ssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh says:

    Its great being s state secret. Did you know I am still being paid?

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  9. 17
    Quentin loses temper at Krishnan says:

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    • 30
      What Have the Romans done for us? Rubbish collections? Garbage! says:

      like quentin, I do,

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      • 38
        What Have the Romans done for us? Rubbish collections? Garbage! says:

        A thought of mine, not many afro-anericans have welsh names? Coluld it have been due to welsh formens that told them that they are released, or did they just gave who asked their nazzie forman welsh as their surname, since they were stuck for one?

        What do you say tom, Tom Jones that is,

        Feel free which you think.

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      • 65
        Anonymous says:

        Fuck off, you spamming WANKER.

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    • 34
      I says:

      Tarantino is a Grade A wally

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    • 36
      Plato says:

      Tarantino is one of the biggest c’unts I have ever heard. And I’ve heard a few.

      He’s basically made the same film 10 times. And that was copied.

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    • 39
      The British Public says:

      My my, what an arrogant little shit.

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    • 53
      krishnanbread guro girthy chapati bongo bongo nosebone 50 thousand dollar kayyanji anandji balti says:

      inbetween those suspiciously short channel four news ad breaks cathy and i entertain ourselves by reenacting scenes from bugsy malone. she’s tallulah, i’m fat sam and jon… well, he just pulls out his fucking bus pass and mutters something about holidaying in the hamptons.

      yours faithfully

      nick griffin

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      • 56
        Sid says:

        Everyone involved in the film industry eventually disappears up their own arseholes.

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        • 70
          Anonymous says:

          the one and only motivator for slavery back in the day was money. fast forward to now and what do we have? black rappers boasting about how rich they are whilst making flagrant use of the “n” word.

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    • 58
      Point of Information says:

      The left likes to drag up past misdeeds which can be used to divide.

      What Twatino misses is that no one really needs to discuss slavery as it has been discussed before ad nauseum and things were generally settled years back. The civil rights movement was a major part of that.

      Other than making revisionist propaganda, the selling point he makes about dialog he destroys when refusing to engage in the dialog on violence in movies. Recognize the weasel ways of the left.

      On the historical note, he likely failed to mention that it was the democrats who were resistant to abolition.

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  10. 19
    CLUELESS DAVE CUNTSERVATIVE P M says:

    BBC weather watch

    It’s raining and it’s quite cold , so the rain freezes
    Simples

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  11. 20
    Jack Straw says:

    I always found that waterboarding usually got the confession that one was after

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    • 35
      gramma says:

      Thought Socialists were more into swiftboating these days.

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    • 37
      old SHEP says:

      No, always get somebody else to do that for you off-shore, just send them on a mystery trip on Rendition Airlines, they were so mysterious he and Tony don’t know anything about them to this day.

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    • 79
      hold_them_to_ac says:

      That is a calumny to Rt Hon Jack Straw as that’s not your name (look it up, he used it) plus a libel (specific type of defamation) so you might be sued for money as it is false.
      Waterboarding was favoured by Donald Rumsfeld. Now that could be a contempt of court somewhere in America, which means I could get locked in one of their jails and if they can accuse me of being a plotter maybe get some too! (would need to be islamic too) (and have a dodgy website) (which I don’t)

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  12. 21
    If you want to know the weather go outdoors says:

    You’ll get no sense out of weather reports…. for my locality in West Midlands/East Midlands border the Met Office Website says heavy snow: the national BBC TV weather says possibility of sleet only and the local BBC TV weather says rain no snow………PS It’s snowing moderately as I type…..so who knows certainly the weather presenters don’t but as they say forecasting the weather is a chancy business you might as well just not bother

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    • 71
      theProle says:

      Speaking from Buxton, we have had about an inch of snow. We regard this as somewhere between a mild curiosity and a rare event – we are used to being buried under several feet of the stuff this time of year.

      Needless to say, this amount of snow in London, and we would have declarations of martial law and scenes of violent looting…

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  13. 22
    Moussa Koussa Mark 4 says:

    OH — A HUHNE THREAD — WHAT A SURPRISE

    YAWN
    YAWN
    YAWN
    YAWN
    YAWN
    YAWN
    YAWN

    ……GUDIO…. YOU ARE BECOMING A BORE !!!!!!!!!

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    • 26
      Cancre of this blog says:

      Says the fucking one track record

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    • 28
      Red Adair says:

      Wake me up if you strike oil.

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    • 31
      Priti Patel says:

      Hey Moussa Baby

      I got 25 taxi cabs today just to wind you up, you old Queen

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    • 42
      PC Dixon says:

      Guido is certainly no bore – without him none of us would know about creeps like Huhne and all the other dishonest, greedy, grabbing two faced politicians that inhabit this world. Are you one of the? If so its about time you woke up.

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      • 60
        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        Quiet please PC Dixon. Nothing to see here. All in hand with the Grand Master. Not enough evidence to proceed. He managed the same for me on several occasions and even for some of my boys. Boaz.

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    • 64
      pissed off voter says:

      not boring me. I note the MSM are following orders and ignoring Huhne case completely. TG for Guido. Feel free to fuck off, Moussa.

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    fuckingham palace says:

    shit muncher extraordinaire nicholas witchell has just announced that the anti-christ will be arriving in july.

    hail satan!

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  16. 51
    Penfold says:

    Oh please, pretty please, let there be a God, that this creepy and deeply odious man gets his comeuppance.

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  17. 52
    Colonel Madd says:

    Could some c’nut please explain WTF this story is about or its relevance to the speeding offence etc etc

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  18. 62
    Anonymous says:

    It is probable that the court has made an order banning reporting of this case under s4 Contempt of Court Act.

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    • 72
      It doesn't add up... says:

      Hmmm. I wonder how this might fit the case?

      Prosecutors should… seek reporting restrictions only where necessary e.g. to protect the identity of a witness, or to protect a forthcoming prosecution involving the same defendant or prosecution witness, where it is considered that publicity of the first trial is likely to prejudice the proceedings which are pending. Any application should therefore seek only such restrictions and for such period as are necessary to meet the interests of justice;

      http://www.cps.gov.uk/legal/a_to_c/contempt_of_court/

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      • 74
        Georgina says:

        Something doesn’t smell right here!
        The trial was delayed to January 14th to give Huhne’s get-you-off lawyers to make an application to have the charges dismissed, hence Huhne did not enter a plea at the time.
        His expensive get-you-off lawyers had ample time to make any applications they could dream up to thwart justice from taking it’s proper course, so on 14th they should have been told to stop faffing around with delaying tactics, enter a plea, and let the trial proceed.
        The fact that there has been a complete blackout of any news on the case, for a full week now, suggests that Huhne’s friends in high places have fixed it for him, and some dirty work is afoot to stop the case ever getting to trial.
        As a retired lawyer I am disgusted that our judicial system can be manipulated in this way, under a cloak of secrecy. Justice must not only be done, it must be SEEN to be done. Given this sort of behaviour, how can the general population (i.e. the plebs) be expected to have any confidence in the system.

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        • 76
          Anonymous says:

          so the hearing today is not the start of the trial if it ever happens, this man will be dead (natural death) before he even makes a plea at this rate!

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  19. 63
    dick dastardardly mp says:

    I always have the greatest respect for the Court. No contempt at all. No sireee.

    Its the defendants I cant stand

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  20. 75
    1mpert1nent says:

    How come the Clown Prosecution Service have gone for ‘Contempt’ when this is plainly a CONSPIRACY!!

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  21. 77
    hold_them_to_ac says:

    Oh now please they are trying to avoid an appeal and retrial!!!
    We all know that none of us have seen the hard evidence which may be being put to the court and let’s just wait for the verdict when it comes.

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