Saturday, 25th February 2017

System Failure

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Few judicial systems work reasonably well

 

"While judicial systems are visibly present in most countries, those that work reasonably well are found in relatively few." ROBERT SHERWOOD  University of California in Berkeley  

 

No system is perfect; but the imperfections in legal systems can have serious consequences for individuals and society.

Unfortunately, many legal systems in the developing world are gravely flawed through being inappropriate grafts that are riddled with corruption and violence.

Individual cases of injustice are emotive and can be heartbreaking; but system change, albeit less immediately appealing, will save the most from violation and injustice.

 

 

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 10: "Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him."

 

 

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