Adversarial system In England and Wales, the system of justice for both civil and criminal cases is an adversarial system. In criminal cases, the court doesn’t need to decide what the real truth is about an event. It’s job is to decide ‘yes’ or ‘no’...
Attorney general says racial equality threatened in subtle ways
Attorney general says racial equality threatened in subtle ways. What about minority public racial utterances? From so called minority 'leaders'? So teachers fight to get into inner city schools? Hazard areas rate hazardous pay.What about equality for all not just racial? Again promoting the adversarial system. Compare to KKK 20s/30s, w/roles reversed.Hazard areas rate hazardous pay. What about just equality for all as opposed to 'racial' equality?
High legal fees - costs - are one of the features of an adversarial system and one of the reasons people chose to use forms of ADR such as Mediation instead of going to court. In this Divorce case the parties spent nearly a third of the assets in legal fees - much to the judge's annoyance.