Law is a very interesting subject, especially in the Indian Subcontinent, mainly because this is the place where one can experiment all they want, use all articles known, so many courts, so many means of dispersing justice or transfer and delay justice to some other court. The number of gimmicks we have seen in the name of Law and Justice is still growing and it`s not justice, just money and entertainment.!
I found this article the most funniest and yet the most thought provoking. It says that most of the politicians in Bihar have criminal records and almost all of them have degrees in Law!. Isn`t that just hilarious. ? You learn law, get to know all it`s loopholes, come out, break it, and rest assured because you just know to escape from it now. As simple as that.!
Then there is this famous case, where a guy shoots a girl, escapes from a court, litigation again starts due to public unrest and finally there comes this leading lawyer of the country, who tells a whole new story and claims he will bring out the truth. It may be a matter of procedure over principle as, Uma claims. But then what about the lawyer`s conscience as a human being? Are we really able to trust our lawyers and the judiciary in dispensing justice. If so, then why is there so much of unrest. Why is it that cases are taken to the Supreme courts and the decisions reversed.? What if the lower court made a mistake in the judgement and yet the case could not be taken to the supreme court, because those involved dont have the required financial capabilities or influence?.
I don`t have the answers, but really need to know.