Do you believe that judges, from your own experience or knowledge, purposely although not always explicitly, undertake to create or construct ambiguous, aberrant and anomalous arguments, when establishing their reasons for why a case is to be judged a certain way, so as to promote and encourage the contentious nature of our litigious society with the intent to serve the self-interests, financial or otherwise, of lawyers and those occupying legal positions?

YES/NO? [feel free to comment]


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One response to “READER POLL: DO YOU? [YES/NO]

  1. welcome to the real world!
    not only that, but laws are often purposely inequitable (as they are made by lawyers), as there is more litigation (i.e., profit) to be made with unequal laws than with well thought out ones.

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