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Disgraced former Federal Court justice, Marcus Einfeld, has engaged a flim flam man for his departure from Silverwater jail in Sydney’s west tomorrow morning, writes <b>Candace Sutton</b>, former Labor adviser and freelance journalist.

Einfeld from hard cell to hard sell with a PR man

Disgraced former Federal Court justice, Marcus Einfeld, has engaged a flim flam man for his departure from Silverwater jail in Sydney’s west tomorrow morning, writes Candace Sutton, former Labor adviser and freelance journalist.

Marcus Einfeld, the one-time Federal Court judge whose career was undone by a speeding fine, has now been struck off the roll of legal practitioners. Read how it unravelled <a href="http://www.crikey.com.au/topic/marcus-einfeld/>here (Clive James' piece is particularly eloquent).

End of the road for Einfeld

Marcus Einfeld, the one-time Federal Court judge whose career was undone by a speeding fine, has now been struck off the roll of legal practitioners. Read how it unravelled

The Prime Minister now seems to enjoy messing with the collective mind of the entire electorate.

Confusion reigns amid Australia’s GFC bandaids

The Prime Minister now seems to enjoy messing with the collective mind of the entire electorate.

The little white lie that grew. And grew.

Clive James: the tragedy of Marcus Einfeld

The little white lie that grew. And grew.

The prosecution of Einfeld has now been turned into a persecution, writes <b>Greg Barns</b>.

The persecution of Marcus Einfeld

The prosecution of Einfeld has now been turned into a persecution, writes Greg Barns.

Is Marcus Einfield's sentence just the lawyers club seeking yet again to distance themselves as far as possible from one of their own who has fallen foul of the law? asks <b>Greg Barns</b>.

Einfeld I: the legal profession never spares its own

Is Marcus Einfield's sentence just the lawyers club seeking yet again to distance themselves as far as possible from one of their own who has fallen foul of the law? asks Greg Barns.

We need to ensure that the procedures used in the cases of high profile people is not different to that which would apply to the average anonymous citizen in a similar position, writes <b>Greg Barns</b>.

The famous – from Einfeld to Theophanous – deserve equality before the law

We need to ensure that the procedures used in the cases of high profile people is not different to that which would apply to the average anonymous citizen in a similar position, writes Greg Barns.

People’s Choice: The 20 most appalling people of 2007

  Votes  % John Howard 100 8.75% Tony Abbott 70 6.12% Kevin Andrews 64 5.60% Philip Ruddock 52 4.55% George W Bush 43 3.76% Alexander Downer 38 3.32% Peter Costello 31 2.71% Jackie Kelly 31 2.71% Janette Howard 26 2.27% Richard Pratt 20 1.75% Bill Heffernan 19 1.66% Marcus Einfeld 18 1.57% Ben Cousins 17 […]

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