To join or not to join - Perry Mason eat your heart out

#1
Would be grateful for any advice on whether I should join the AGC (Army Legal Services). I'm a criminal defence solicitor who spends his time defending drugs dealers, nut cases and other miscellaneous scum. Good fun with lots of opportunity to wind up the police as well as crucifying people in the witness box. Some clients take you to the edge though such as the guy who attempted to set fire to his trousers in our reception, the bloke who threatened to bite my nose off in the cells, and the chap who dressed up in DPM armed with a cross bow to speak to his ex-wife resulting in an armed seige calling me to advise him what to do next. Top stuff.
 
#2
DrSauce said:
Would be grateful for any advice on whether I should join the AGC (Army Legal Services). I'm a criminal defence solicitor who spends his time defending drugs dealers, nut cases and other miscellaneous scum. Good fun with lots of opportunity to wind up the police as well as crucifying people in the witness box. Some clients take you to the edge though such as the guy who attempted to set fire to his trousers in our reception, the bloke who threatened to bite my nose off in the cells, and the chap who dressed up in DPM armed with a cross bow to speak to his ex-wife resulting in an armed seige calling me to advise him what to do next. Top stuff.
Can I be first?

...You'll be perfectly at home here.... in the AGC(ALS) and in the Army! Boom boom!

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Edited to add:

Sorry - couldn't resist it!
 
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DrSauce said:
Would be grateful for any advice on whether I should join the AGC (Army Legal Services). I'm a criminal defence solicitor who spends his time defending drugs dealers, nut cases and other miscellaneous scum. Good fun with lots of opportunity to wind up the police as well as crucifying people in the witness box. Some clients take you to the edge though such as the guy who attempted to set fire to his trousers in our reception, the bloke who threatened to bite my nose off in the cells, and the chap who dressed up in DPM armed with a cross bow to speak to his ex-wife resulting in an armed seige calling me to advise him what to do next. Top stuff.
Fill your boots. There's alwasy room for another failed ambulance chaser.
 

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