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"Writing in Anger against the lawyers n judges"Views: 135
Dec 24, 2008 5:11 am re: "Writing in Anger against the lawyers n judges"

Jayant Tewari, OutSourced CFO
While the overall content of Rashmi's post is quite accurate and her feelings and angst understandable, I wonder if the use of the term "solve" is intentional or a failure of her understanding of the role of the courts .... courts are supposed to adjudicate, i.e. deliver judgement upon, evaluate the relative merits of the charges and envidence presented before them after the case / matter has been "solved" by the executive to the best of its judgement. In a criminal matter, the case is "solved" by the police, the accused is "charged" before the court on which the court pronounces "judgement" of acquittal or guilt.
Hope I've enhanced your understanding ...

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