Courting disaster

April 19, 1996

Also tackling Scottish crime is Alumnus To Be Proud Of No: 45, Terence Russell, sheriff of Kilmarnock. He is unquestionably Scotland's most exciting lawyer. He last week contrived the definitive bad day in court, bringing himself massive tabloid coverage. First he released a stalker who then returned to live next door to his victim. Then he stabbed himself in the hand with a knife used as an exhibit in a later case. He may have learned his low-key style as a law student at Glasgow University.

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