Barrister disbarred for dodging train fares
For two years Peter Barnett avoided paying thousands of pounds in railway fares on journeys between Oxord and London
An Oxfordshire-based barrister has been disbarred after dodging thousands of pounds in railway fares, following a hearing at the Bar Standards Board.
Dr Peter Barnett, 45, avoided paying the correct fare for two years from 2012 by claiming he commuted into central London from Wembley in north-west London instead of his home in the Oxfordshire market town of Thame.
Source: Guardian Transport