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A Day In the Life of a Duty Lawyer: Mr. Ashwini Kumar Bali

This blog post originally appeared on the International Bridges to Justice Blog, http://blog.ibj.org/2014/04/10/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-duty-lawyer-mr-ashwini-kumar-bali-22/

April 16 | New Delhi

When I arrived at Karkardooma Courthouse, Mr. Bali was speaking with a man intently, smiling and holding up a finger to me, indicating that I was to wait just a second while he continued to address the man.  1,091 more words

When Contemplating, Doodle

Whether analyzing a legal issue or bemoaning the interminably slow pace of the justice system, the #lawyernerd doodles.

Musings

J is for Juvenile Justice - A to Z on Child Abuse Prevention

Many studies have been done showing that child abuse can lead to many unfortunate outcomes later in life. In “F is for Facts” you saw that children who experience child abuse and neglect are 9 times more likely to become involved in criminal activity. 261 more words

Blog Challenge

Our Justice System Needs a Complete Eye Exam

The Inequity in the justice system in the United States is only matched by the lack of justice in countries that are run by corrupt governments. 281 more words

People, Government, Branch, Politics

Does race signify crime?

When you see a person of color in the newspaper up for a crime , what comes to your mind? Many would shake their heads in deprecation, and not think twice about the person nor the crime. 438 more words

Justice System

Independent: Number of Muslims in prison doubles in decade to 12,000

The number of Muslims in the prison population has more than doubled to nearly 12,000 in a decade, figures from the Ministry of Justice show. 94 more words

The debate of rape.

The MP Nigel Evans was cleared of rape and sexual assault charges on Thursday which has led to a lot of discussion occurring regarding a variety of topics surrounding sexual assault. 648 more words

Culture.