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Box Two: extracts from: Faculty of Advocates (2008) Guide to the professional conduct of advocates [Online] www.advocates.org.uk/ media/ 1417/ guide-to-conduct-fifth-edition.pdf (c) Faculty of Advocates 2008
Box 4: Judicial Office for Scotland (2017) About the judiciary [Online] http://www.scotland-judiciary.org.uk/ 4/ 0/ About-the-Judiciary http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ doc/ open-government-licence/ version/ 3/
Box 5: extracts from: The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service What we do [Online] www.copfs.gov.uk/ about-us/ what-we-do/ our-role-in-detailhttp://www.copfs.gov.uk/ http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ doc/ open-government-licence/ version/ 3/
Table 1: extracts from: Judicial Office for Scotland (2017) Judicial Recusals [Online] Available at www.scotland-judiciary.org.uk/ 68/ 0/ Judicial-Recusals
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