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    Default How do you take it?

    Would you rather be behind the camera or infront?

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    Behind. behind behind.

    I don't like acting.

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    I'll take the 5th on that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by millsy
    I'll take the 5th on that one.
    English law.

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    I think English law also offers the right to remain silent...
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    Please note that the following comment applies to Marc's TV world of knowledge:

    I though that if you were asked a question in court you had to answer?

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    Apparently the judge can decide whether a question is appropriate to the case and therefore whether you can answer or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    I though that if you were asked a question in court you had to answer?
    But given that UK lawyers tend to say things like...

    "Perhaps you will tell us where you were on the night in question"

    to which my answer would be. "Perhaps I might, but then again, perhaps I'll just keep quiet because you haven't actually asked me a question yet!".

    Lawyers rarely ask actual question from what I've seen!!!!

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    I'm not a lawyer. At least I don't think I am. How can I tell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    I'm not a lawyer. At least I don't think I am. How can I tell?
    Easy to work out. In the UK (a least) the terms lawyer and solicitor are interchangable. So reword tghe question as 'Am I a solicitor'. The answer to this will then depend on how often you hang around on street corners jingling your keys at passers by.

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