There are many reasons why justice is best determined by the court of law. Based on the book the crucible, in American history, and in my personal life experience. Justice is best determined by the court of law, as there is no other organization with a reasonable and official set of rules.
There is a lot of evidence for and against my claim in the crucible, the crucible shows that justice is not best determined by the court of law because people were not accused accurately, and the people sentenced all could have been innocent. In court back in 1953, it wasn’t hard to lie in court, and you could easily get away with things, though you can also easily get accused for things that you didn’t do. Even though back in 1953 justice was not served fairly, it was still the best way of determining if somebody is innocent or guilty and their punishment. No other organization had a nationally official set of laws that’s could prove them of anything.
There is also evidence from my own life that shows justice is best determined by the court of law. If my sister went and stole something, it would not be up to me to prove her guilty or innocent, and it would not be up to me to punish her. Only the court of law knows the national laws and can enforce them. They can legally prove her guilty or innocent and state her punishment. The court of law has better knowledge on what is right and what is wrong and there for can best determine the court of law.
In American history there is also evidence that shows justice is best determined by the court of law. Justice was served right in the Miranda case. In this case it was made law that every accused criminal had the right to an attorney. The court was able to go to congress and convince the congress to make a law. No bosses, teachers or anyone else could have made an accurate decision and made a law that has impacted life in a good way.
Justice is best determined by the court of law, as there is no other organization with a...