I Think the Justice System Is Flawed

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    Judicial System And Allergies.

    Someone reading the title above would wonder what the hell is that about? Since when Allergies came into USJS? Well as the man of medicine, US Army Combat Medic to be precise let me tell you about allergies. Allergic reaction is body's proactive action from preventing random...
    Caliell Caliell
    26-30, M
    Jun 11, 2012

    Matrice Richardson And Exmayor Guilliani Daughter's Arrest Comparison

    This morning I read that they found the missing body of a  young  24 year old beautiful black woman.  She was missing for a couple of months after being released from police custody at l2:10 a.m. in the dark of night  from an isolated police substation in...
    rosey122 rosey122
    56-60, F
    1 Response Aug 13, 2010

    Pitiful

    i refuse to go into detail because i know i'll get too angry, but it's a shame that the justice system is really this horrible and even more that it will never change. 
    DistantDreamer DistantDreamer
    18-21
    Jun 10, 2008

    Justice For Bill Kuenzel

    Holman Correctional Facility in Alabama is a prison which houses 166 male inmates on Death Row. One of these men is William (Bill) Kuenzel. On November 7th 1988 following his trial for the murder of a convenience store clerk, Bill was sentenced to “Death by electrocution...
    cathfarmer cathfarmer
    41-45, F
    Aug 16, 2013

    Everyday is a motif; I see the same old news on

    the about crime and war. Why can't we all get along? True justice will never exist in this world as nature simply won't allow it. Human beings are truly complex yet despicable creatures! We are nothing more than a virus. Sometimes I wish we were just machines programmed to not...
    kevin913 kevin913
    18-21, M
    Jun 22, 2014

    Help Stop SOPA 3.0 In Its Tracks!

    Its BAAAACCCCCKKK! Yes SOPA is back AGAIN! Its seems President Obama and congress don't care that the American people don't want these policies. They are getting their pockets stuffed with cash by the Motion Piture Association to put restrict our Internet freedoms! President...
    TheAZmadman TheAZmadman
    18-21
    1 Response Aug 26, 2013

    I've started supporting him this perfectly

    innocent man,Richard Glosship. He's been in jail in Oklahoma 18yr because of he was given the death penalty that he killed his boss,but he actually didn't involved with this case at all. Police aressted another guy,Justin Sneed who is drug addict and evil murder first,but this...
    sunshinandgreenx sunshinandgreenx
    31-35, F
    1 Response Nov 18, 2015

    It is a joke! It's time

    for a change.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Apr 15, 2015

    The Court System

    No, not once upon a time. Fact. Truth. Injustice. I was married once. I adored him. we were both just regular people,but he was going nowhere other than the run of the mill mechanic, factory work type of guy. We were young. After some pondering about our future, I suggested he...
    cassylong cassylong
    56-60
    1 Response Mar 3, 2012

    Because it should have never been established

    in the first place . But besides that it was established by people looking for a benefit and handed down to others who do the same . There are those who feel true justice is enough of a gain but there are also the others..
    Alylovespuppies Alylovespuppies
    18-21, F
    Jun 11, 2015

    Body Doubles, Poisonings, Affairs, Flyers, Gang-stalked!

    I was poisoned by my wife Joan Wagar after I caught my wife hooking her daughters up with a cop that was a close look-a-like compared to me and I tried warning people about it!I was repeatedly poisoned by my wife and I was kept ill with repeated poisons by my wife and her lover...
    WifePoisonedMe WifePoisonedMe
    46-50, M
    Jun 19, 2013

    .Rape Case (longgg)

    I was raped when i was younger by my brother and it stopped when my mom caught him doing this 2 me she called dss they opened a case and they ended the case about a year and a half later about six months later my father got evicted from his apartment and my brother was living...
    wtfihateppl wtfihateppl
    16-17, F
    6 Responses May 19, 2008

    Yep you can read all about this in Michelle

    Alexander's book "The New Jim Crow". It talks about mass incarceration and how the justice system is flawed and touches on the "War on drugs"
    ilovenickiminaj ilovenickiminaj
    26-30, F
    1 Response Apr 16, 2015

    Hi All, Do you have an interest

    or opinions on the criminal justice system - be it from working in the system or having friends or family who have been to jail - and you're looking for the experience of a lifetime, please get in touch with me. I am casting for a groundbreaking televised social experiment that...
    kmc897 kmc897
    26-30, F
    Sep 28, 2015

    From the Moment You Need to Defend Yourself.

    Your next step is to get legal representation. The barrister or solicitor is sworn to the bench, he must remain inside the rules regardless of the circumstances to retain his position. He's not representing you, but the legal system itself. If you are defending yourself against...
    WiseOldOwl WiseOldOwl
    56-60, M
    1 Response Mar 6, 2008

    I agree with this. I've been watching the

    Netflix documentary " How To Make a Murder" , the case exemplifies this for sure. The evidence they point out in court is substantial but the theory's they get from it is complete ludacris. The judicial system is definitely picking sides which is to be expected but what's not is...
    GabbyWoodBerry GabbyWoodBerry
    18-21, F
    Mar 9

    My thought is our Founding Father's would be

    so disappointed. Our society is extremely eloquent in making laws. Unfortunately, we are also astute at misinterpretation and breaking of such, with varying degrees of punishment.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Jun 11, 2015

    Registered Sex Offenders

    Nowadays, anyone can be on the registered sex offender list. It doesn't matter if they hugged someone in elementary school or had to pee after a long road trip.
    ameeker ameeker
    22-25, F
    7 Responses Nov 19, 2007

    Divine Justice Vs Revenge, Fear, And Manipulation

    Let me give a background of my experience with society's idea of "justice".  I have been in the midst of a year long legal battle for an innocent man's life and my daughter's abuse by the system and her father's family.  My ex husband and his mother (but mostly his...
    quietstormn quietstormn
    26-30, F
    1 Response Oct 31, 2010

    The justice system works again people under 18.

    At least in Florida, children being abused or neglected can't runaway from home. Also, it's illegal for someone over 18 to assist or shelter a runaway minor in anyway. It's not illegal for a parents to throw away their child to the streets and if it is, the consequences are so...
    kcat2131 kcat2131
    18-21, F
    Jun 12, 2015

    Never Blame Juries

    I am a former attorney who never cared much for practicing law. I won far more often than most, but shouldn't have. Despite the platitudes about the best justice system ever devised, or even about the all the others being worse, I don't believe the problem with our system is...
    ed121948 ed121948
    66-70, M
    1 Response Jul 31, 2013

    Court Adjourned?

    While I must admit that our justice system is good in very many ways, it ticks me off that so many cases seem unfair. There are women out there who are literally driven crazy by their manipulative and abusive husbands who then kill them, and they get life in prison with no...
    PoeticRejection PoeticRejection
    22-25, F
    1 Response Jul 9, 2007

    The Value Of Freedom: My Friendship With Bill Kuenzel

    Earlier this year, I decided to write a book, part of which includes a pen-pal relationship I had during the 1990's with an inmate of Holman Prison in Alabama. I was put in touch with a man called Tommy who had been on Death Row since 1977 but I had no knowledge of the crime he...
    cathfarmer cathfarmer
    41-45, F
    Aug 25, 2013

    wow cops are supposed to be the good guys

    but I mean c'mon are they really?!? They abuse their power and they pretty much come up for a excuse to shoot like ALL THE TIME....so are the good guys?? are they really??
    hyfrankie hyfrankie
    16-17, M
    3 Responses Dec 3, 2014

    Yes, But...

    It's true. In certain situations, the justice system is deeply flawed. There are situations were the penalty is not commensurate to the criminal act, or that the termination of the case took too long that the undertaking of judicial procedure seemed futile.However, I believe that...
    mareliberum mareliberum
    26-30
    Dec 14, 2012

    Once you are in the system there is no way out!

    The natural human behavior is to copy people, so how is it going to help someone if all that it is doing is giving them the opportunity to copy negitive behavior that is seen in a jail? Ugh so annoying. If kids could just get help as kids, instead of just going over to juvy or...
    Skullvapor Skullvapor
    18-21, F
    Jul 1, 2015

    Absolute Hypocrisy

    For every "just" moment that appears from our "Justice System," there must be about a hundred-thousand unjust things. It is WRONG when victims are made to feel like perpetrators, when the guilty can manipulate and buy their way to good standing without so much as a slap on the...
    DopeyGirl DopeyGirl
    36-40, F
    Nov 22, 2011

    Rather than put forward a laundry list of

    reasons supporting this conclusion. I just Agree.
    KSO13 KSO13
    26-30, M
    1 Response Mar 10, 2014

    A Surprising Criminal Case

    In one case I seen with my own 2 eyes, an illegal search warrant issued. It was given one false pretenses of people claiming to be the persons sister. False facts leading up to the search warrant should cancel it. 2 police arrested that worked on the case, all their testimonies...
    Yoursurprised Yoursurprised
    31-35, M
    1 Response Aug 6, 2011

    Lock 'em Up and Throw Away the Key?

    Let me see. If I wanted to design a system for dealing with criminal behaviour that: Aims to punish people instead of change their behaviour and prevent repeat offending, Turns minor law breakers into hardened criminals, Poses a major drain on society's resources to no...
    TheTardyDodo TheTardyDodo
    31-35, M
    7 Responses Jul 8, 2007

    Last week there was a double murder of 2

    children in a town not too far from me. I saw the name of the accused but doubted it. I worked with her for almost 3yrs. Today, the news confirmed my coworker's arrest for the murder of her 2 children. WTF! Never saw one sign. The news even talked about her 14 prior convictions...
    jprob jprob
    41-45, M
    Jun 10, 2015

    If humans can make mistakes can't the people

    that make the laws make a mistake in making a law Like the law on marijuana it has proven to have so many benefits as opposes to it's very few negatives yet it has been illegal for over thirty years and it still remains a class 1 drug today. Let me give you a few examples of...
    shaunrain shaunrain
    18-21, M
    Jun 22, 2014

    Failure In Institutions

    I remember being beaten by the justice system and a desire for drugs that was fed by an opponent. What I forgot was the deceit that I ultimately accepted in order to negate my own swindle. You get back what you put, for me I believe for me actions are delivered back to me...
    wilchrist wilchrist
    26-30, M
    1 Response Jul 16, 2007

    Suspended Sentence.

    I can't believe how many suspended sentences have been handed down in the judicial system lately. I can see how there can be a case for this verdict but tell me how you can you say yes you're guilty of manslaughter but we will give you a 3 year suspended sentence??? A 3 year jail...
    randomdriftwood randomdriftwood
    22-25, F
    3 Responses Jul 5, 2007

    We Will Know For Sure After Tomorrow

    http://capitolhillcoffeehouse.com/more.php?id=6454_0_1_0_M Obama Too Important to Respond to US Supreme Court By Sher Zieve on (Dec 04, 08)   President-elect Barack Obama’s refusal to produce an original and viable birth certificate indicating that he truly...
    Grits4life Grits4life
    46-50, F
    1 Response Dec 4, 2008

    Chronically!! I respect

    that judges are supposedly intelligent and well-rounded practitioners of the law of the land. But how can one person decide the judgement of what is right or wrong without having been in the perpetrators shoes at the time! Not only that, but opinions can vary with time, stress...
    PeterSp8 PeterSp8
    46-50, M
    Jun 13, 2015

    Our Experience With the Virginia Justice System...

    In 2000 I noticed that the Virginia State Bar had changed its policies involving how they handled attorney indiscretions.  In 2000 we had just found out that my girlfriend's attorney had deserted their clients, apparently stealing settlements.  Looking up what to do, I...
    jowey jowey
    46-50, M
    4 Responses Aug 30, 2008

    The justice system is tainted

    and all ****** up.Then they wonder why we don't trust the police.
    Bpack Bpack
    31-35
    Dec 3, 2014

    I don't think the system is flawed at all,

    it works exactly the way it was designed to. Take for instance a case from a year ago ended today when an LA highway patrol men mounted and beat an older Black bipolar woman on the side of the road. On video. In front of about a thousand eye witnesses passing by. He was...
    TawaliOkonodo TawaliOkonodo
    41-45, M
    3 Responses Dec 3, 2015

    this world is corrupted.

    . let's make a new world. a new government. a world government where we decide who goes and we judge criminals on actions and show the world what happens when you defy justice, deny justice, who disrespects it. all criminals need to be punish now. not later ..... now as in this...
    blankslayer blankslayer
    16-17, M
    Jul 5, 2015

    Maybe It Is, But Do You Really Have a Better Idea?

    For example, when you are accused in the US, the burden of proof is on the prosecution to prove you are guilty beyond a shadow of a doubt.  In many other countries, including some of those which are otherwise democratic or democratic republics, when you are accused, the...
    NebulaNoxx NebulaNoxx
    51-55, F
    7 Responses May 7, 2008

    Which is why I could never work

    for it. I could be the best police officer in the world, but what would it matter if the judge was crooked?
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Jun 12, 2015

    Sor

    Sex offenders are required by law to register so we know where they are living in order to protect our children. I routinely check local areas we frequent to see how many offenders are nearby and realized that there are multiple offenders registered with the address to the local...
    kzoodiana kzoodiana
    36-40, F
    3 Responses Apr 24, 2012
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