After my observations and experiences with various courts over the recent years (many of which have now closed down)
I propose a new offence which would be an alternative to "perverting the course of justice " and "abuse/misconduct in public office"
And that offence is to be named "practice of law without due care or attention"
This is why all Magistrates court and county court sessions should be video taped, with sound and or video..
Not written record
Thus when critical faults or failures to provide a fair trial are claimed, evidence is then available for scrutiny and inspection..
Particularly with professional negligence
Senile, confused, unprepared, misguided, rushed or blagged hearings or hearings absent of the defendants can be properly available for scrutiny.. by both the defendants or their solicitors and the Judicial investigations office.
And meetings can be had where specific failures and faults can be identified to help improve the quality of hearings and trials.
And the public also can have access to library archives in order to sample the quality and detail of hearings and crown prosecution services work..
In order to establish the strength of materials and skills that crown prosecution services present.. in order to evaluate if the public are getting their money worth out of the ministry of justice.
1688 Bill of Rights - The right to Petition - It is the Right of the Subjects to petition the Queen & all Commitments & Prosecutions for doing so are illegal.