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'Comprehensively dishonest man' jailed for posing as solicitor in court

bogus solicitor who represented a company in court despite having no qualifications has been jailed by a judge who called him a 'comprehensively dishonest man'.

Judge Jeremy Richardson KC told Sheffield Crown Court (pictured) that Richard Lipscombe’s offending was 'one of the most serious examples that has come before the courts of a bogus solicitor'. Read the full article below.

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