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The judicial system continues to fail us, and what can you expect? Every day you’d hear stories about unwanted allocution of the people of law. Perhaps this is only the tip of the iceberg because the court is the main culprit of our failed judiciary and system. The lies, corruption, and darkness surrounding the law’s long arm must be exposed. Let us elaborate.

Lack of Consistency

The bench has inherent power, but hardly anyone uses it consistently. You’d see that results differ depending on whose arraignment it is, while the District Attorney’s office seems to stay quiet in such trying circumstances. Lies and deception continue to nurture between the walls of the court, and we may never stop them if we don’t understand that there’s a problem.

Puppets of the Political System

President Trump told the press in 2018 that the supreme courts are puppets of the political system and aren’t serving the constitution or even the people. Carmelo Pinnavaria, in his book Court Vs. Pro-Se, shares that we’re living in Pinocchio’s world, amongst lengthy noses. Lies, deceit, and dishonesty are the core elements that the court officers rely upon to earn a big buck.

The Cheating Landscape

Ideally, the judicial system is supposed to bring justice. The reality is different. Carmelo Pinnavaria’s book, Court Vs. Pro-Se, tells us that the system, created to serve justice irrespective of race, creed, rich or poor, instead runs by money. H. L. Mencken once said that democracy is the art and science of running the circus from the monkey cage. With this judicial system, one can only think why wasn’t his quote written with holy water

Lack of Transparency

Those who fall deep into the clutches of the judicial system know that there are big sharks that swim between the walls. One of the reasons for this is a lack of transparency within the system. If we wish to take control of our justice system, we must understand that the judicial system isn’t transparent. And the long arm of the law has become a running gag.

Evidence Tampering

Tampering with physical evidence is a federal crime and could throw a person in jail for two to ten years. But does the judicial system consider it important? Evidence tampering is at its peak within the current system. This is one of the reasons why the crime rate is drastically increasing within the country. The real question is if the courts are lying and tampering with evidence, whose shoulders do we cry on, and where do we go for justice?

Final Thoughts

In today’s fast-paced world, the margin of error has drastically minimized, especially when maintaining a proper judicial system. The government bodies responsible for maintaining justice must look at the bigger picture. It’s a cry for help when one of the superpowers in the world is held down by the country’s own law and order officials. However, the first step is to understand that there’s a problem and then one can think, discuss and implement solutions. Order your copy of Carmelo Pinnavaria’s book, Court Vs. Pro-Se today and open yourself to matters that require immediate attention in lawfare.


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