Thursday, 2 April 2015

Making lawyers judges biases the judicial system

Many lawyers who defend habitual criminals BECOME JUDGES in the normal course of events. Our justice system mandates lawyers to defend criminals by using all methods fair and foul. Successful lawyers are invited by the Bar Council to become judges.

Such judges have an inclination to obstruct the prosecution, enable destruction of evidence and intimidation of witnesses, to help criminals go scot-free... don't they?

Many judges at all levels of judiciary, including chief justices, have such track records. By throwing procedural obstructions in the path of prosecution with endless adjournments and stay orders, and knowingly creating circumstances for destruction of evidence and intimidation of prosecution witnesses, they help criminals escape punishment.

This fatal flaw in our judicial system is generally overlooked. We need to change this grave flaw in the system of appointing judges.

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