The law is a horrible business. There is no such thing as Justice- In or out of court.
ÃÂ·The law is not fool proof and there must be a winner or a loser but at times there is not always a right and wrong or truth and lies.
ÃÂ·Court cases are won on points of law.
ÃÂ·Cases are not one on truth but on what the law is
ÃÂ·Not everyone can afford a lawyer
ÃÂ·Justice or injustice can often cost everything you own
ÃÂ·Where there is two lawyers one will be more skilled than the other because they are hum and fallible, therefore one side gets better representation than the other
ÃÂ·The legal system also works against the poor and for the rich i.e. white collar crime is inadequately policed especially compared to the policing of Aboriginal and poor sections or society
ÃÂ·Not all crimes or injustices come to court
All animals are equal but some are more equal than others
ÃÂ·In theory everyone is equal but some always have more power than others
ÃÂ·Some people are more creditable
ÃÂ·Some have more money and money equals power
ÃÂ·Some are better at speaking up for themselves
ÃÂ·Some are corruptible and some are morale
ÃÂ·Some people are infinitely manipulable
ÃÂ·Society has different values as a whole to individuals
ÃÂ·We often end up in a situation where we are pitting two sets of moral values against one and other
ÃÂ·Again the legal system also works against the poor and for the rich i.e.
white collar crime is inadequately policed especially compared to the policing of Aboriginal and poor sections or society
Every law is an infraction of liberty
ÃÂ·It impinge on freedom and on your right to make decisions for yourself and as an adult i.e. Suicide is a crime
ÃÂ·No one law can be fair for everyone in every situation
ÃÂ·No one law can be entirely fair
ÃÂ·Laws have moved from the realm of not only what we can do but how we can do it
ÃÂ·There is so much law that not everyone could know every law but ignorance of the law is no defence
ÃÂ·Ridiculous ancient laws still exist
ÃÂ·Laws inhibit religion, creativity and our freedom
ÃÂ·It is an insult to the human race to suggest that we can't live productively without huge volumes of law