Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Venal & Grabbit get mother sent to prison

Venal & Grabbit are proud to report that they have successfully applied for a mother to be sent to prison for breaching a contact order. Venal & Grabbit applied for her to be incarcerated for her utter contempt of court when she failed to comply with a contact order in favour of their client. The court ordered the mother to serve a term of three months behind bars.

Senior Partner Edgar Venal commented: "Let this be a lesson to all those who would oppose Venal &... er, I mean to all those who disobey court orders. Seeing the child being ripped from the mother's arms as she was taken down was a sight for sore eyes. Another great victory for Venal & Grabbit."

Breach of a contact order is a contempt of court, which can be punished by imprisonment. If you have a contact order that needs enforcing, Venal & Grabbit can begin dealing with the matter for a down-payment of £5,000.

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[For those who are easily offended, this post is a parody of a real blog post by a real law firm. I shall not embarrass them by naming them.]

1 comment:

  1. oh lordy! remind me again why people hate lawyers...

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