Do you know why justice does not work?

Everyone complains about the malagiustizia but few know the reasons. The victims of bad justice themselves do not understand why they have become victims. We must then perhaps clarify the concept of “victims”. It is thought that they are only those who have suffered an immediate wrong (a mistake, a sentence of wrong conviction) when instead they are often victims of the same lawyers .

Because lawyers (who have great responsibilities if they carry out the mandate without diligence, or if they incur in ethical violations that damage the client, and even the incompetence is) are the terminal (nervous) last to which the strals are projected of damaged parts. They are the interface of the malagiustizia but often (almost always) does not depend on them if the cause lasted many years , if the judge failed to evaluate important facts, if there were procedural errors (notifications, communications, slips etc.), if the sentence marries unsustainable.

Yet in the imaginary (doped by bad misinformation, see lastly the buzzing Vespa who claimed days ago as lawyers do not want the mediation because they earn from the long process, to which the CNF has clearly replied, emphasizing “the contempt for the function and the constitutional role of the lawyer, as the guarantor of the exercise of the right of defense, contempt that also addresses the extraordinary history of lawyers who have contributed so much to building a democratic system in our country “) lawyers are responsible for everything . But they are not also judges and administrative machinery . Then we explain what happens in and around the palace.

The legislator has been exponentially increasing the unified contributions by making the justice inaccessible to poor citizens. Only part of the revenue remains at the Ministry of Justice.
Why do we want to make justice inaccessible?
The magistrates are about 8000 and those out of role (dedicated to politics, assigned to ministries etc.) about 1000. Those not togati (honorary) are in greater numbers but are underpaid. Justice in numbers stands above all on the shoulders of the latter. They are often not well organized because there is no justice manager. Magistrates are often engaged in arbitration, university teaching, writing books.

The telematic process is still a chimera, except for some cities, where it is not fully operational. We have an abnormal quality gap, between working courts and disrupted courts. Lastly, the legislator cut hundreds of courts without distinction on efficiency. Why all this?

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