Just like you and meDecember 28 2011
To breathe personalities into inanimate objects is just one of the ways in which the human mind can amuse itself. However, there are times when the inanimate deliberately lends itself to this exercise and courts can be no different. In this article, Kroswami explores how courts too can be human, just like you and me
Perhaps I am completely off the mark but I like to believe that courts are living, breathing organisms, almost like people with their own personalities, with moods which change from day to day and hour to hour. Courts can be cruel, unforgiving and . . .
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