Justice needs money. Do you agree or disagree?Members,
To seek justice, we go to the courts. To file a case, we need a lawyer to represent our case. The lawyer charges fees to file the case. The fees depend upon the court and the status of the lawyer.
An ordinary person can go to a session court by hiring a lawyer paying a few hundred rupees. The person will have to satisfy with the judgement passed by the lower court. If not satisfied with the verdict, they need to approach the higher court (say High Court). The lawyers of the High Court would be charging fees in thousands which an ordinary person won't be able to pay. They will have to satisfy with the HC judgement.
If a middle-class person who can afford to pay the High Court lawyers in thousands will have to satisfy with the judgement passed by the High Court. They may not be financially wealthy to pay the lawyers of the Supreme Court. Supreme Court lawyers charge heavily in lakhs. Therefore, only the rich and affordable can seek justice from the Supreme Court.
My conclusion is - if you are not rich, you cannot go to the High court or supreme court, but be satisfied with the verdict of the lower courts.
Justice needs money. Do you agree or disagree?