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  • To UNISA SJD1501 Students

    Dear UNISA SJD1501 Students
    Please do not cut and paste from this article when completing Assignment No.1 - you will be penalised and we are all aware of this article. You have been warned and we will take punitive steps should you persist in quoting verbatim from this article
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    Dear UNISA SJD1501 Students
    Please do not cut and paste from this article when completing Assignment No.1 - you will be penalised and we are all aware of this article. You have been warned and we will take punitive steps should you persist in quoting verbatim from this article
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  • Yes the law is fair, but not EQUAL.

    Law will never be equal nor was it created to be equal. The law is flexible and therefore can be applied to people of different backgrounds and in different circumstances. The harsh truth is, NOT EVERYONE IS EQUAL, and the law reflects this. Law exists to bring structure and order to a society and is there to treat people fairly but NOT equally. Different people and circumstances need the law to be applied in different ways. Outwardly it may seem unfair, but truly it isn't.

  • In societies current state, yes.

    If I dare ask for a minute that we focus on the now, it is clear we live in a society governed by higher powers. A democracy yes, but this does not grant us the freedom we would like to believe we have. The law governs society in a regulated, moderately consistent and equally enforced manner. It balances the principle of autonomy against the welfare of the state and society as a whole. In a society where freedom of speech is highly valued (needless to say a right that is written in law), there is always going to be at least one person in a given decision who does not agree. At first glance this may be perceived as "unfair" but when examined closely, it appears that with the resources and knowledge at hand, is the most rational decision. Could you do any better, and not make anyone unhappy?

    Therefore yes, working with what we have got, the law is fair. I don't fancy living in a lawless society, with no one to help me if i am robbed, or no one to restrain me if i become a robber.

  • Definitely Not True

    To me, laws are made to constrict us to be what the government wishes we all were. Although I do agree with both sides, I'm leaning more towards no. Some laws are, some aren't. In general, they aren't really all that fair. They work towards making us perfect for the government, though it does keep us all out of a universal chaotic state.

  • No the law is not fair.

    The law is a complex matter and quiet frankly I believe that the law was not meant to be fair. The law is meant to be applied impartially and without bias , applied in the interest of justice and public policy. The legal system is not a popularity contest and should not be treated as such.

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  • Law is not fair

    The law is there to be a watchmen for every citizen be it poor or rich but its application now differs as the richer can afford high class standered lawyers who can always get them out of their cases easily whilist the poor who cannot afford always remain entangled in chains .Thus the law is not always fair

  • Totally Not Fair

    Law is about to bring justice in the society but it is not always the case that where law is being applied justice is served, law cannot be fair while citizens are still seeking for peace and harmony which must be regulated by law to maintain a constant balanced society.

  • Totally Not Fair

    Law is about to bring justice in the society but it is not always the case that where law is being applied justice is served, law cannot be fair while citizens are still seeking for peace and harmony which must be regulated by law to maintain a constant balanced society.

  • Law is designed to diminish false.

    Laws exist because it is totally a chaos without them.

    We simply keep our manners because we do not want to be blamed by the "common rules(sense)" that we all admit what's good and bad. Laws exist because there are crazy people or things happening.
    Without laws, we are demolished due to the overflowing of mistakes.
    Advantage of law is that it can also help innocents to be convicted.

  • Not equalll at all

    Law is not equally as it is written by human beings and it only suits the wetter does not consider the the person acts ; people are too more especially woman knowing very well that the law will stand on the side ; additionally law does not accommodate the parents and guardian makes children to disrespect the elders who provide them with everything in short the law is not equally

  • No, not really.

    The law Is biased, whether it's by age, race, or sex. Females, always get a lesser sentence than men -and i am female, an i believe that- and kids get the harshest punishment for cases like murder, but adults get more relaxed sentencing. Honestly, i thought adults were supposed to know better, not kids, c'mon. So, no the law is absolutly not fair.

  • No It's Not

    I do not believe the law is always fair. I believe there are plenty of cases out there that justify that many laws are unfair. There are also plenty of laws out there that make no sense or are outright unnecessary. As a nation, we love to create laws, rather they be useful, just, or useless.


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