Suicides are on the rise and families are being shredded. Almost all points back to a justice system that is not necessarily following the law - what else can explain the things that are happening. Sometimes it seems as if the law and justice are not necessarily the same thing.
There is an interesting building in downtown Phoenix, AZ . It bears the inscription "The first duty of society is ...JUSTICE."
For many Justice is not swift - in court rooms you can sit and watch as hearings are continued time after time or as people are sentenced that have already served months to years in jail awaiting sentencing. Apparently Justice is incomplete just as this court building demanding Justice is incomplete.
Justice for those evicted from their homes using paperwork that is signed by robo-signers, denies the very concept of Justice. The denial of jury trials by those foreclosed upon denies people their civil rights and sidesteps Justice. Maybe instead of building ornate buildings with expensive copper the state should spend money investigating wrongdoing and corruption.It lends serious doubt to state or federal economic woes and lack of money, when you see such frivolous wasteful spending. How can we lay off firefighters, teachers and other public employees when we spend money on COPPER for decorating a building?
Justice does not necessarily equal fairness according to some definitions found on line. Black's Law Dictionary online, defines many terms such as Justice, I am not affiliated with the website or product in any way.