Why high class people get bailed easily even if they are found guilty by court ?
criminal justice system in in India
why a person who is found guilty by court and sentence to jail get bailed specially the high class people (politician industrialist,cricketers,actors etc) ????
It's a sad state of affairs. In just a week's time , India has had 2 cases where the judiciary comes under scan. One is the Salman Khan case and the other is Jayalalita's case. It seems like justice isn't about right vs wrong but a good lawyer vs a bad one. Sad.
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