If a guilty gets unpunished because of his influence, power, wealth or any other reason he will be punished on the judgement day. Nobody can escape from punishment on this day.
Another point is to be understood that a court punishes a guilty who has committed any crime. What crime is it has been defined by the law. Notably sins are not crimes and there is no punishment for sins. But on judgement day people will be brought to justice. Criminals as well as sinners will be punished. If guilty had been punished by the court on this planet he might be exempted if he was punished in correct proportion to his crime.
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A citizen can't take the law into his hand and punish the culprit. It is believed that punishing an innocent man is more severe than leaving a culprit. So we can't decide who is wrong and take action accordingly. Every person will have his own reasons for his way of conduct.
The only belief is that God will never leave the people who do crimes. But He will act as and when required only. Lord Krishna gave 100 chances before punishing Sisupala who scolded Him without any reason.