Justice and common people.

India
April 11, 2011 12:39pm CST
Justice remains elusive for the common man, while the rich and the powerful use the legal system to their advantage with impunity. The delay and expenses involved in the judicial process have made the judiciary almost inaccessible to the common people. Do you agree with me?
3 responses
@celticeagle (111865)
• Boise, Idaho
12 Apr 11
There are alot of stories of justice and misjustice both. I just watched a movie about a guy who was convicted of murder and his sister went to school and became a lawyer to prove his innocense. Sometimes it takes alittle more the average legal procedings to get the job done but it does happen.
@jak2010 (1550)
• Papua New Guinea
12 Apr 11
Yes, I totally agree with you because people in my country cannot have excess to justice. Apart from being deprived of their basic rights and other rights guaranteed by the constitution, the justice and law are dominated by lawyers and the rich and powerful people. Justices services are only serving the people who have money and those who have power to manipulate, the other especially ordinary people, they are bystanders, onlookers standing at the periphery abused.
@Hatley (152615)
• Garden Grove, California
11 Apr 11
doctordidi this may be partially true yet a lot of places here in my country the USA us common people are often treated with justice. this varied from city to city but I will not condem all courts of justice because some cater more to the wealthy people than to the common man. Most of these so called saying are only partley true ]and do a great injustice to all who are conscientious in carrying out justice.They may sound good in a discussion but they portray all the cou rts in the same awful light.