Because when there is a profit motivation, then you can expect for innocent people to pay the price for actions they did not commit, on a regular basis. You can expect mistakes to be made in any system, but in this particular system you can expect them to be made with much regularity.
Originally Posted by jrice9
I could be mistaken, but prosecuters keep a win loss record, and their demand (aka salary) will be based on this win loss record, and the higher the wins the higher the satisfaction of the da. Which essentially boils down to a lawyer for profit scenario. Is this right?
Its not a shot for no reason, its a shot with the reason being that I do not believe the judicial system should be run by the same capital incentive as a business.
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