Originally Posted by Robert Whitehead
I was a lawyer for 25 years (than god, now retired). Our legal system is supposedly designed to do two things: 1) determine the truth or facts of a matter; and 2) meet out justice according to those facts.
I can assure you that those two are the things our legal system is WORST at doing.
It's still the best system on the planet, flawed yes but I can't think of another country where I'd rather get arrested... errr so to speak.
Whether a person is arrested or not; indicted or not; found guilty or not is absolutely NO indication at all if the person is truly guilty or not of the crime charged.
So make up your own mind as to the guilt or innocence of MLS, OJ, or the dozens released from death row. It will be far more accurate than whatever the legal system determines.
All I can say to this is, I'm glad you're retired. The system gets it wrong sometimes, it also gets it right. Typically it's the LAWYERS who screw everything up. So blame the system, I prefer to blame the blood sucking lawyers.
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