Thin Line between fighting for Humans and Wildlife Justice
Thin Line between fighting for Humans and Wildlife Justice. This goes to all who fight for both wildlife and humans when they crush. In courts, while making decisions, when faced with conflicts. Anything that needs one choosing to whether stands for wildlife or humans. Not necessarily, if any of them was wrong or need to be defended.
Law allows us to have a lawyer in case we find ourselves in courts
By default, we are always innocent until proven guilty. And with the ‘baddest’ lawyers, this doesn’t mean anything. You will definitely remain innocent until they work their way in your favor.
Lawyers seem not to really care if their client is guilty, but to find a way to set them free. By knowing everything about law, they will manage to use any weak links to overturn someone else who is not their client, to a fault. They are basically paid to ensure you remain innocent and avoid that jail term. Whatever happens to those who have been offended, being least of their business.
Most of the time, I wonder to myself. Would a lawyer agree to defend someone who just killed one of their loved ones? Would they still fight tooth and nail for such a client? Am sure, no amount of money will convince them to fight for a killer who just took away the life of their loved ones. In fact, they may end up on the other side of the offended and ensure such a person end up in jail for life.
But they may argue that it’s a job just like the other jobs. Serve your client, give it all your all, win cases and be a lawyer everyone wants to have in their speed dial.
But how do you deal with the idea that you may have sent an innocent person to prison, made it possible the release of a dangerous person who might repeat their actions several times afterward, just to mention a few? They do all these knowing that their good money will enable the lawyers to work hard for their freedom.
No wonder, the most awful cases attract huge sums of money. I will leave it there for you to ponder.
2 thoughts on “Thin Line between fighting for Humans and Wildlife Justice”
I agree with you. Many times I ask myself that about the lawyers. For wildlife they belong to the government so we assume and KWS fights for them. A major challenge in our country is lack of information.
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That’s very true. Our wildlife lack proper representation in the courts
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