Despite several different theories it is actually possible to have a fair civil trial in America.Most of the problem that people have is that the process is so slow.People want their problem solved right away and they don't really want to accept the fact that the wheels of justice grind slowly but in actuality in the end it is a fair process.
No, it is not possible to have a fair civil trial in America despite numerous procedures that bog down the litigation process, because at every turn, litigants are discouraged from litigating. Court personnel and judges send cases to mediation, and encourage them to settle, even if one side is clearly right on an issue. It is so unfair.
I do not believe it is possible to have a fair civil trial in America due to the numerous procedures that bog down the litigation process. I believe American law has becoming far too confusing and the court system has turned into a mess with the amount of appeals and processes it uses. No normal citizen can enter court safely without a lawyer and that is unjust.
I don’t believe that it is possible to have a fair civil
trial in America despite numerous procedures that bog down the litigation
process. There is just too much bureaucracy
and red tape in this country. It takes
forever to go to trial and then the person who is the best liar is usually the
one who wins the case.
Trials aren't about getting to the truth. Trials are about trying to convince a judge and jury who is more right or more wrong. Usually, lawyers with more money can cite much more case law explaining their side. Lawyers with more money can sit there can come up with more convincing arguments for their side. The justice system in America isn't about fair trials, it's about greedy attorneys.