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To add to the list of things to remind the first year students not to do in the introductory lectures:

Do not fake a judgment, e-mail it from a shop with a CCTv camera taking pictures of you removing your motorcycle helmet, and definitely don’t e-mail it to a party litigant in a case in which you represent the other party, then in open court claim the judgment has been faked by the party litigant when he produces the judgment in court leading to the poor sod being investigated for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.  If you do you will be found out, and you will get the gaol (probably).

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