M'lud


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M'lud

(məˈlʌd)
n
(Law) Brit my lord: used when addressing a judge in court
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"And were you given a lift at Inverbervie in a blue Volvo estate car?" It was a yes to both questions, after which M'lud announced that it was he who was the driver.
I don't like self-righteousness, but to some charges, I can plead, "Not guilty, M'lud".
WHEN this Government was found guilty of holding us in contempt, all I could think of was "what took so long, m'lud"?
All m'lud has done is encourage more of this kind of theft.
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There was one incident when I was the innocent party - it's true, M'lud. I did nuffin' - and you can get targeted, especially in a city like Liverpool.
(Charlie Adam was robbed!) Plus, I bet millions of bored husbands suddenly perked up when Norton identified the lady giving the Polish results as "one of the milkmaids from last year" (guilty, m'lud).
It helps restore one's faith in the justice system.Even if M'lud might one day send me down.
"No-one's asking for a guillotine?" he asks, possibly praying for the answer, "yes, please, m'lud; me first." Peter Roth QC, for Amrac, declares himself in favour of the guillotine under certain circumstances, possibly when a neck belonging to Bags's legal team becomes available.
Maybe the younger generation and we oldies who indulge them (guilty m'lud) would do better if we learned the value of patience and of spending what you can afford.