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BLUEDIGNITY

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  1. Fat grassing junkie bastard . . amongst even other things
  2. Bit of a hollow victory, everybody could've predicted the results, hearts lay down for them . . .
  3. Says it all, he'll be one of the goon brigade as well, personal adviser and legal expert. Unfortunately that's where this cUNTRY is today under the brigadoom mhob. Midden.
  4. Nae asterisk against that result Bro👍🏻😉
  5. The troosers look to big fur him, he couldn’t have went to slaters to be measured must’ve been a hurry up job
  6. JUST how Fucked up is this country ! Scots lawyer who showed up to court in celtic top was caught with dope after police search It is understood they doubted McKeown’s claims he was a solicitor when he arrived at Glasgow Sheriff Court wearing a celtic training top. Michael McKeown is a partner at a law firm (Image: Daily Record) Join thousands of fans who have signed up to our celtic newsletter. Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. A lawyer has admitted being in possession of cannabis in court. Michael McKeown was caught with the drug when he was searched by police. The 51-year-old was preparing to represent a client when court staff alerted officers. It is understood they doubted McKeown’s claims he was a solicitor when he arrived at Glasgow Sheriff Court wearing a celtic training top. Police stopped and searched him and found a small quantity of cannabis. McKeown was preparing to represent a client at Glasgow Sheriff Court McKeown, a partner at law firm Callaghan McKeown & Co, admitted an offence under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. He was handed a fiscal fine of £325 after being detained on April 6. The direct measure is an alternative to prosecution. It means the offender is spared a court appearance and escapes a full criminal record. Emergency legislation passed by Holyrood allowed courts to increase the maximum fiscal fine from £300 to £500 to help prevent a backlog of cases during the Covid-19 outbreak. A source close to McKeown said he had been struggling to cope with lockdown conditions at the time of the offence. He now faces being censured by legal watchdogs over the incident, which has been described as a “personal disaster”. READ MORE Vile Scots rapist who called victim 'a drama queen' jailed for horrific abuse against three kids and two women Solicitors can face serious sanctions when their behaviour falls short of standards. The Law Society of Scotland can investigate the incident or refer it to the Scottish Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal. They can remove a solicitor’s licence to practise and impose a fine. McKeown, who lives in Glasgow’s west end, had been digging in his mum’s garden when he was called to attend court. A colleague had to take his place after he was stopped by police. A source said: “Michael is hugely embarrassed by this. “He knows how bad it looks and just wanted to get the whole thing over with as quickly as possible. It was a stupid mistake. He couldn’t have been thinking straight.” McKeown is an experienced solicitor who appears in criminal trials across central Scotland. In February, he represented a thug who was jailed for punching three police horses before a Scottish Cup quarter-final match. celtic fan Kevin McGuire was jailed for 10 months at Glasgow Sheriff Court after he attacked the animals and officers before his team played Airdrie in January 2019. One of McKeown’s criminal trials at Paisley Sheriff Court had to be deserted last December after a juror logged on to Facebook and found out information about the accused during the trial. Lawyer in celtic top caught with dope In 2006, McKeown was given a police warning over his alcohol-fuelled antics on a flight home from Egypt. He clashed with cabin crew after being told off for making too much noise. Police intervened when the plane landed at Glasgow Airport. TheScottishDailyRecord Follow @Daily_Record UK Households (With Smart Meters) Are Starting To Realise Something AlarmingBILLBUDDY | SPONSORED Sandra Bullock's Son Used To Be Adorable, Now He Looks InsaneHALF EDDIE | SPONSORED This photo gave us the creeps... Look closely and you'll see itTIPS AND TRICKS | SPONSORED MORE ON Courts Drugs Glasgow celtic FC
  7. Are awe these podcasters getting high profile gigs fae the dark side.
  8. All the Luck Scott, Keep Believing👍🏻👍🏻
  9. Got a feeling in ma waattter that we'll see the return of the real lenny this season, don't know why just do.
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