It was the beer talking that made Andy slip his tongue.
You got it correct! Innocent until proven guilty only applies if you’re wealthy!
I thought I read once that is actually the way it is in UK courts, guilty until proven innocent. Is that true?
@Number Three Today’s strip IS funny , our hero Mr Andrew Capp is so pickled that he blurted the wrong , right statement about his guilt :o) right ? my avatar today is the Coat Of Arms of my Maltese surname Grech ,do you have one of your surname? how was your day? ours has started on a wrong footing , Connie and me got on each others nerves and stopped speaking to each other , but I will apologize to her this morning and things will revert to normal and we can spend Finally Friday on good terms. hope you win the Jackpot at Bingo pal
close but no cigar
The ailing memory of Mr. Capp comes from from too much ale. And the holes in his logic are as many as the holes in his ale’s foam, thus his ailing mind.
Andy must not weigh much if the officer can hold him straight armed.
Andy, that’s not the law – that’s the in-laws!
He should exercise his right to remain silent. Then again, exercising is not his kind of thing.
Gaffer inspired Classic:
Andy’s got it right for anyone accused of violating the PC’s people new codes. And it’s retroactive for your lifetime.
Whups! For anyone who has ever lived’s lifetime.
Andy said a mouthful for sure.
In your case, that’s right.
" Mission lister, I’m not as think as your drunk I am. I’ve only had tee martunies and a skottle of botch. Levertheness, I’ve got all day Sober to monday up on! "
It is never a good idea to argue when you are drunk.
He can be taken in and stay at jail for up to 24 hours unless court approves extension.
You don’t have to guilty to be arrested.
Yesterday was my sister’s birthday. She went out to dinner with her husband, then they came back my house to celebrate with us. We had eclairs instead of cake.
Drunk And Law
July 08, 2017