[The Independent] - As one would expect from Redknapp, there was a full description yesterday of his emotions over a remarkable week, from the toll on his wife to his feelings of inferiority when cross-examined by the Crown's lead prosecutor, John Black QC.
[This is Bristol] - John Black's Bristol Manor Farm have home advantage against Odd Down in the second round of the Les Phillips Cup. "We are well up with our league fixtures, so cup matches may well take priority now and this is something we can do well in," said Black.
[East Anglian Daily Times] - John Black, for Jacobs, told the court yesterday he would be asking for a hospital order to be made on his client and asked for the case to be adjourned for the necessary report to be prepared. Judge John Devaux agreed to provisionally adjourn the case
[Telegraph.co.uk] - By Henry Winter Charged with tax evasion, Redknapp had spent 13 days in court, being cross-examined by John Black QC and defended by John Kelsey-Fry as the legal sparring raged. His son Jamie sat nearby, a beacon of strength through the darkest of days
[The Independent] - Mr Redknapp, who paid around £3m for his waterside property in and could now expect to sell it for more than £10m, was described by John Black QC, for the prosecution, as having a "keen sense of his pecuniary value".