INTRODUCTION Criminal justice systems around the world have been facing overwhelming caseloads, and there have been ever-increasing pressure to handle them. These pressures are more manifest serious in countries with limited resources and fragile political environments. The kind of overload experienced as a result of overloaded criminal justice system in Nigeria is making it difficult, if not impossible, to try every accused person on time. Countries are increasingly searching for alternative processes to handle criminal cases beyond traditional formal trials. To this end, plea bargaining is being considered as a possible solution to problems of backlogs of cases, long periods of pretrial detention, and other human rights abuses resulting from the poor functioning of Nigeria’s criminal justice system.
Since both parties are encouraged to participate fully when it comes to finding a resolution, they often tend to work more peacefully rather than increasing their anger or hostility to the other party. Litigation tends to be the opposite as the judge or jury will make the final decision and there is no room left for negotiation. At the end of the litigation process it usually only favours one party. Enforcement of arbitration awards that are international can be difficult. However, it is easier to enforce in countries that are subscribed to certain International
Unfortunately, many common law countries like India, US and UK, using adversarial system, have decided that parties shall opt for their respective experts while others have made an effort to use different means to bring in expert testimony that is fair and neutral in order to reach a just and unbiased decision. I will argue the need for a better system to incorporate expert witnesses especially in adversarial systems such as India and US. I will first draft the problems in the current scenario faced by courts because of partisan experts in both the
This is due to the fact that the cases are analysed as a sequence where A leads to B (Sekhon, 2004: 288). On the other hand is a disadvantage of comparative case studies that the entire focus is on a single cause only, which doesn't provide answers if there are possibly more explaining variables (Mahoney, 2007: 135). Furthermore is it less transparent and formalized than the other two methods I will discuss; qualitative comparative and statistical analysis. Comparative case studies are harder to replicate due to their very nature of being unique cases (Blatter & Haverland, 2012: 67; Benoît Rihoux & Ragin, 2009: 14). Which is also the cause for the last disadvantages; uniqueness of the cases leads to a lower degree of generalization of any conclusions drawn in comparison to statistical analysis (Blatter & Haverland, 2012:
Most of the other points are significant and relevant. The agreeing side has produced some major points like the disability of FPTP to give rise to small political parties. In my opinion, FPTP is indeed a simple and effective electoral solution. But, it has a number of limitations. The participants have correctly discussed this issue and all agreed that the system needs some revision.
Poverty is a worldwide issue and with the country being as expensive as is and some not being able to get the best of what is offered, some are forced into the low end of the totem pole. An everyday struggle, that is what poverty is in our country. The performance relates to the real world in ways that say, children, I know it was not easy and it possibly could still not be, but you have the chance to change your path. Without saying that in the
Perhaps it shows the biggest disadvantage for these traditional marketing is its way more like static. Also one of the disadvantages of traditional marketing is that the results are not easily measured, and in many cases cannot be measured at all. So all this process using banners or using print Ads in television or messaging in radios cost a pretty much more amount of money or we can say its became costly. But then in some areas people still
• Now this mass-absence of the rightful lawyers ultimately has added to the agony of numerous defendants or pleaders who stand unrepresented. • Reports of unrepresented defendants has been rising, and this, as per the observations has resulted in more full-time trials and almost no defenders pleading guilty due to lack of properly legal aid. • If major legal-aid funded law firms withdraw or lose it to the ‘cut’, it has been supposed that the quality of the representation is sure to fall. While the CLSA (Criminal Law Solicitors Association) has also showed a severe concern over the matter, it states that this has not only affected the defenders, but the prosecution as well as the court most importantly. Justice is a fundamental right and irrespective of the costs it demands, it should be granted to the needy.
This is very debatable as every person has a different approach towards life. Accumulating wealth is time-consuming and time lost shall be difficult to overcome. Moreover, one has to work hard and needs dedication along with the potential and skills for building wealth. This is the era of fast food and fast money and quick success. Timely action can avert great disasters as time and tide wait for no man.
You would have to do regular backup checks on the rangers and workers Also advanced technology will be needed which is hard to get by For many poorer governments, outside support for salaries, vehicles, and equipment is crucial. Because of all these things, a lot of money will be put into this which would be hard to get by. But, without the money, nothing can happen which will actually make a difference. There is no real proof that it would work out in the end. This could all be for nothing as technology is getting better and better and poachers could still kill endangered animals for their body
With regards to the total cost of regular maintenance, perhaps the most expensive part is civil litigations. As mentioned earlier, the government no longer assures the fire department of immunity. Today, the management can easily be dragged into a legal battle, which is time and resources consuming. The entire department can be sued by failure to provide efficient services, despite having all the resources at its disposal. In addition to this, the need for emergency vehicle maintenance and associated program is being pushed into the lime light with the enactment of several laws and standards as well as the litigation process (Klinoff, 2007).
Illegal drugs are rare products that could not be found in the normal market, the cost for its rarity is totally expensive. Once the addicts—people who cannot live without consuming drugs—try to use the products, they will seek for the larger amount of drugs to consume. However, as they consume the drugs constantly, the price keep increasing abruptly and they become peter out of money. When those people are unable to buy the drugs, they will struggle to buy it and almost of the
Compulsory voting has proven to better represent the young, poor, and minorities who tend not to vote. However, it is not cost effective. The labor involved and the cost to pay for the jurisdiction and congressmen to pass it is extremely high. America would lose more money a year on this system and further drive down already struggling sectors such as social security and education by being forced to draw even more of their finds a way. As it stands now the concept is not constitutional, an altar to the first and twenty-fourth amendments would be required at least, and that would still not guarantee it to pass.
The setback of all setbacks is the money. The lack of money is what requires me to work even harder to even get close to becoming successful in moving up in social class. I must work for this money, and it is a disadvantage as those with time and money can achieve success at a much faster
I learned that the problem can become big in many ways. Traffic tickets are not really a big deal to many people but that’s not the case. It can either make you or brake you. Although, I’ve experienced a feel for my future career that makes me only a step farther at becoming even more successful. Traffic tickets can be come a big part of a person life, large of amount of money owed to the county court house and punished in a long time matter it was enough to make me come to realization that it’s not worth my further.