General Chat Thread, One rule for the rich... in General; We all know how true this is, but the how come this millionaire's daughter is pretty much free whilst others ...
23rd September 2011, 01:44 PM #1
One rule for the rich...
We all know how true this is, but the how come this millionaire's daughter is pretty much free whilst others have been banged up awaiting trial?
Not to mention the fact that, unless there is a huge public outcry, she is likely to get a slap on the wrist rather than a custodial sentence.
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23rd September 2011, 01:53 PM #2
Are you wanting a debate on something we all know happens not only in this country but others or are you you just quantifying what you think everyone is feeling about this case in question?
The answer to the question you have raised (If you are wishing to debate) is what you have already stipulated in your question.................Money!
23rd September 2011, 02:20 PM #3
The case centres around a car she is "alleged" to have been driving containing stolen goods, not being caught red handed looting the store.
23rd September 2011, 02:25 PM #4
Because we live in bizarre society whereby the more you pay for a lawyer, the better chance you have of getting away scot free or with a reduced punishment. Apparently, facts are better the more they cost...
23rd September 2011, 02:39 PM #5
Just feeling (even further) disillusioned.
Originally Posted by bossman
But many others "alleged" to have committed crimes were chucked into jail and tried pretty swiftly - some with some very stiff sentences.
Originally Posted by CAM
23rd September 2011, 02:41 PM #6
This applies to just about every profession?
Originally Posted by LosOjos
23rd September 2011, 03:02 PM #7
23rd September 2011, 03:05 PM #8
Did they have millionaire dads and the best lawyers~?
Originally Posted by LeMarchand
Successful lawyers cost more, hence the reason the rich can afford them and get off when lesser mortals with cheap lawyers get done.
Most people think the law is the law... but it can be interpreted and twisted by a good lawyer so that any discretion the judge has can be turned in their favor.
23rd September 2011, 03:09 PM #9
Yes, but in most other professions it doesn't mean 3 years in jail or a slap on the wrist.
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