Equal justice? Hardly


Lawyers get $90 million and I get $18.05?! No ...

Lawyers get $90 million and I get $18.05?! No thanks. I’m going to opt out. Abuse of the legal system. (Photo credit: slworking2)

Justice is not ‘equal’ for all, as we are supposed to believe.  If you have ever experienced a disaster that required you to defend yourself in court you will understand the pitfalls of our justice system.

Rob Ewart wrote a very eloquent piece on the matter that was published in Canada Free Press“You Lookin’ For Justice In The Courts?”

Ewart explains the quandary of our justice system as it pertains to land use. In this blog we have focused on the criminal justice system.  Civil disagreement over a simple unpaid bill, land use or encroachment, or a serious criminal offense – unless you are independently wealthy, you will spend your savings and more before the matter is settled in court.

“The exorbitant cost of the American justice system.  It has exhausted the savings and bankrupted the tens of thousands who have had the misfortune of either being sued, or trying to sue government, or a private party, for some injustice inflicted upon them, or defend against something they were supposed to have done wrong.

The judicial system can be best described by the following statement: 

“The justice system and the courts are a stacked deck and a closed club where a bunch of over-paid ($250 to 600 per hour) men and women run the club ….. judges, lawyers and clerks.  Judges and lawyers are members of the state bar association, also a closed club.  There are a “zillion” rules to follow and only the lawyers and judges know the rules.  It is essentially, legally sanctioned, corrupt racketeering.  The insiders protect their own with a vengeance.  You are an outsider and you don’t know the rules, so you can’t play in their club and you are not welcome if you try.”

Then there is the “jury pool”.  A jury is described, in the profession, “as a bunch of men and women who couldn’t come up with a good enough excuse to get out of jury duty.” 

 A jury of your peers?  Hardly!

8 responses to this post.

  1. I so agree with this posting. We like to believe in the fantasy of “justice for all” because it makes us feel good about ourselves, and our sense that the world is just and fair for everyone. It is not.

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  2. Posted by freethewronged on May 31, 2013 at 9:07 am

    He nailed it didn’t he? wish there were more like him .

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  3. One reason why I don’t bother to copyright my stuff. If someone steals and reproduces my cartoons in Singapore for instance, I’ll never know about it. A copyright lawyer will want a $10,000 retainers or contingency but unless the case involves very large amounts of money made by the thief it is a useless pursuit.

    Another gripe is that it is called the criminal justice industry employing a few million nation wide. In Miami they arrest 200 people or so every weekend as they were followed after purchasing drugs in the hood. If there is a war on drugs, why don’t they shut down the dope holes ? They don’t because it allows the police to harvest clients for this criminal justice industry. It is called the “Felonization of America”.

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    • Too bad that Asia will not honor our copyrights. I suppose it is correct that laws were made for the honest.

      The criminal justice industry is a good title. Having spent in the high 5 figures attempting to get all the autopsy pages and have an honest DA open a death investigation I surmise the corruption goes deep.

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  4. Did you get a chance to read my last post on death certificates? I wrote it with you in mind. Keep on going.

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