The difference between truth justice and the American way is that the American way gives the opportunity to the elite class to suppress the lower class on the basis of their power. Let’s take a case for example. A normal civilian who accidentally parks in the “No Parking” zone will eventually get a ticket for violating the law. They will pay for the ticket and try avoiding violating the law from that point onwards. However, the truth justice and the American way is likely to make an exception for the elite class upon making the same mistake.
If a person belonging to the rich class violates the law unintentionally or even intentionally, they can demand to be excused or bribe their way out just to avoid paying for the ticket. This was an example to explain how the fight for justice can differ for different classes. If there are other cases which are dealt with in the court, the same rules can be applied over there. A middle-class person will turn towards the law and seek their decision on the basis of truth and justice, but their fight for justice may be turned down if the opposing party belongs to the elite category.
This certain talk is being talked about publically but in a slightly different context. Whenever we hear news about the law is different for different classes, it is relating to politicians from different parts of the worlds. The media continually talks about how they can get away with their violations while the poor spend their entire time identifying the difference between the truth justice and the American way. It can be a quite lengthy debate if we turn towards Media and what they portray against what is the reality. However, let’s just stick to our main discussion which is about the law for the elite.
After looking at multiple cases, it is easy to deduce the fact that the law indeed differs for people belonging to different classes. If you’re a middle-class person even working 9 to 5 and dealt with a spoilt brat from the rich class, there is nothing much you can do about it. The rich have the ability to bribe their way out of every situation. Also, it is not only the bribe that can get them out of almost every situation. Sometimes, it is the influence of the power itself that can play a major role in delaying the justice which needs to be served for violating the law, despite the context.
There is nothing much that can be done to balance the truth and justice for the elite when you’re up against them in the court, but there is always hope. A hope that no matter how strong the violator or accused one is, justice will be served. There are reasons why courts are the last resort for people when they want justice, but gets turned down under the influence of power. We may find some advocates who are hungry for money and even take a bribe to turn their case down, but we can also look up to lawyers who remain true to themselves and always promote equal justice for everyone.
In conclusion, the law really is different for the elite class, but they can’t always get away with it. Just like we see corrupt politicians getting served with justice, we can expect the same justice in our cases if needed. The judges and courts are there for the general public to help them, to be their last resort when an influential violates the law and suppresses them under their superiority. The law is there for everyone and justice will be served to everyone despite their status, power or influence over everything.