Law and justice is shaky sometime, especially for the public opinion.
Like, I read just in the newspaper the following story.
For a while, a gang of teenage girls is causing trouble in one of the cities here. They're intimidating/threatening and abusing mostly other teenagers at random. Police is not taking much action yet.
So, a mother has now, while defending her daughter ended up with a brokennose after being ganged up upon.
And what has the law done for her? She's charged with assault because she allegedly pushed one of the girls.
It's probably more complicated than that and it's more likely a charge, rather than her being convicted.
But a lot of people feel like law is protecting the criminals while ordinary people get held back.
Hey Moony, as a lawyer, how would you take cases with people who you wouldn't want to represent?
Are you forced to represent them anyways?
Or do you get a choice to refuse clients?Post too long. Click here to view the full text.