The old police court, Bridewell Street, Bristol. Grade II listed building, no longer in use.
Like most courts of its era, it’s got a statue representing justice up top.
Lady Justice, she’s still got her sharp, heavy broadsword of vengeance.
It looks fit to cleave a man’s skull in two with insolent ease, whether he’s wearing a hoodie or not.
But her weighing scales of fairness have gone.
Bleedin’ obvious metaphors, anyone?
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