After the case closed, the defendant will need to pay all the cost if the plaintiff wins the case, including victim’s lost, the court costs, and bar fees. Nowadays, many victims choose to file a suit on some insignificant cases because they think that they can win the case and gain money from it. However, each lawsuit requires not only money to hire a conscientious lawyer, but also time and efforts. To me, with efforts and high expenses, the money that the plaintiff wins afterwards does not worth
Now you can see how some people go with Bert Cates right off the bat because he is the person in court. I see that he had to pay a price for teaching, but it was only one hundred dollars, which is not as much as a life. If you compare the two one dies while the other pays a small fine for breaking this law. So if Bert Cates would have inherited the wind it would have been much harsher. That is my side of the two battles.
Many find that it wrong that the correctional facilities of the country should benefit from prisoners and their families. One prison in Pennsylvania is known to have made a deal with a Judge that was sentenced to 17 years for unlawfully convicting Juveniles to a private facility in a “cash for kids” scandal. (Magee, Brian) Deals this egregious are obvious and are quickly reported or investigated, but had the judge increased sentence durations by a small percentage, odds are no one would be the wiser. Private companies have only one goal: profit. There are only a few ways to increase profit including cutting costs, selling more product, or driving prices up.
“The World will be a better place when nurses get paid more than pro athletes. They save lives while athletes throw,catch, and strike objects”. Athletes are overpaid because I believe their career is too easy for them to be making as much as money as they make. Athletes are overpaid because important jobs that are saving lives are getting paid less than an athlete. Lebron James made seventy one million last year, but an average salary of a nurse per year is seventy thousand a year which makes nurses feel daunted by athletes.
A valid reason why legacies are often times more favored, is since the parents who are alumni could afford to attend that university when they were students and now their children are eligible to be accepted; chances are they are more likely to pay out of pocket since they are wealthy enough to afford it, and financial aid is of no concern to them. But for Asian-Americans, who are already less likely to be legacies, means that they could possibly come from middle income families meaning that they do need financial aid to help them afford attending certain Ivy League schools. At the end of the day, admission processes could be more bias towards legacies since they are wealthy enough to pay for their children’s schooling as opposed to most Asian-Americans who rely on the federal government to help fund their schooling. From what we can glean from this information, admissions appear to favor legacies due to the fact that they are able to pay out of pocket, which helps to directly support the school in various ways and keep its status as a top ranking private research institution reaffirming the belief that money is indeed
The African American are less likely to make it through school system, this have resulted in the poor educational system. The educational system is just becoming ruined and eventually it would categorize everyone as underclass. This is the huge reason why African American male make up most of the prison and absent to their families. “In 1950, 17 percent of African American children lived in a home with their mothers and not their fathers. By 2010 that have increased to 50 percent.” “In 2010 there was 41 percent and today, the out of wedlock childbirth in the Black community sits at an astonishing 72 percent.” (YourBlackWorld).
To begin with, sentence reforming needs to take place because people are getting way to many years for petty crimes they didn't commit. For example, "we are not moving nearly fast enough to reduce incarceration. Over 2 million Americans live caged behind bars, a 550 percent increase in the last 40 years." Thus, this shows that due to us still following the old system to many people are in jail for crimes that don’t deserve that crime. Another example is shown in article 2, line 2 "One in 35 American adults is under
Do Rich People Get Off Easier When They Break The Law? There has always been arguments over the thought of people with money getting away with breaking the laws easier. In every justice system there are things that seem unfair to some. Wealthy people have the money to buy better options to win their cases than people without money. Some people think that wealthy people get simpler punishments than “regular” people.
Mostly the killings have involved whites killing blacks for no reason. The unemployments have been about whites not giving employment to the African Americans and Hispanics because of their color. Incarnation has been about black men Having a higher chance to go to federal state prisons and local jails than whites. Their health hasn't been been great either because they have to wait 99 minutest to be taken care of. Then finally their payment, blacks are usually paid $35,416 while whites are being paid $59,754.
If students used the student loan money wisely they would not be in so much debt as well as not having to take so much out and paying so much back in the long run. For example, if you receive your loan and are spending it on luxuries items all the time it’s only going to hurt you because you will end up having to pay back more than what you should have had to in the first place. Many young college attenders face this situation because they have no past experiences with handling money more responsibly. Learning to budget their money more has helped graduates successfully.As many stress of the inflation of college we all learn to live with it. Even though tuition is increasing we all attend college at the highest price.
Others, on the other hand, may ask for a percentage of the sum you receive through the case, as their fees. The former will require you to invest more initially, but in the long run, you may profit more, since whatever you claim and manage to get is yours. In the second case, there is little initial investment, but depending on the amount you are able to claim, you may have to pay the lawyer a lot more in the long
This might prove to be a critical factor because the people who were close to him are the ones that are likely to come in and help. Very rich people in the society are usually supported by other rich individuals and this makes it easy for them to solve their financial problems. Similarly, poor people in the society have a tough time dealing with financial constrains because majority of their close friends are also poor. Even if there are individuals who will resolve to help Chris, it might not have an impact as compared to if he belonged to the rich class in the
The TED talk video by Paul Piff discussed how socioeconomic status impacts the behavior of a person, and wealthy people are more likely to have an unethical behavior than those come from poor background. I agreed with Piff, because I think that how our mind works. Our mind recognizes of the advantage that we have and uses it for our own benefit. Wealthy people are more likely to commit crimes because they know that they can afford to pay for any penalty. Similarly with the deindividuation effects, when a person knows that they are protected behind a monitor screen, and their identity is hidden from social media and Internet forums, they will not hesitate to give a hateful speech to others.
But it’s not in the bounds of reason anymore.” (Complex.com) The money truly isn’t in the bounds anymore and it’s time for change. Also, it may seem like the bigger schools would just out pay for all the talent, but don’t they sign the best talent currently? The compensation system would allow smaller schools at getting better talent because, for example, a smaller school could offer a larger school’s 3rd best player a better compensation package than the larger school could because they have to handle paying the other, market-driven, higher priced
Businesses and insurance companies like to avoid court because it is expensive. It is usually cheaper to settle out of court. Certainly it is a calculation on the part the company you are demanding compensation from, but court costs can add up quickly. In addition, the stronger your case is, the more likely they will want to settle the