Don’t judge the lawyerJuly 22 2014
Headlines that say 'Amit Shah is now BJP President, his lawyer a judge' evidently distort not just the truth, but the very justice delivery system
The debate over the proposed appointment of criminal lawyer Uday Lalit as a judge of the Supreme Court has brought to the fore an issue that goes beyond how judges are chosen and appointed. It underscores how dangerously erroneous society can be in judging lawyers, thereby risking the very rule of law.
The insinuation is that . . .
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