Courts System and Economic Justice

The present study empirically investigates two critical issues present in today’s world. These are good governance in the courtrooms and economic justice. As in the twentieth first century, communication means, body of knowledge in the overall run, new technological advances and so on, if on the one hand, made the entire course of life of human being as fast more developed, and sustainable, it is worth-investigating whether these recent trends are justifying with every single aspect of life.

Recently, it is being argued that human rights and other such issues are being neglected and that these are chiefly linked with the overall progress of the world in the local as well as international prospects, e. g. “racial discrimination” (dallasnews. com). Henceforth, the present paper investigates the issues of good governance in the courtroom and its link (if any) found with the critical area of economic justice bestowed upon the people being served in the courtrooms and linked with the people who are serving that justice, e. g. in some matters US government does not approve of private litigant’s practice (Edmonson, 1991).

As such, the present paper looks at the present scenario from both local and international perspective brining forth empirical evidence with regard to the topic of investigation. The paper investigates, examines, and reaches sound empirical conclusion by making suggestion and recommendation for future research and policy making in the area of good governance in courtrooms and economic justice.

Statement of Problem and Purpose Today, more than ever before, justice in the courtroom in the United States of America has caught the common person’s attention and they are asking questions that were never asked before. In the same regard, there is much talk about the prosecution processes in relation to the minorities’ rights and peremptory nature of the white juries.

The running example in this regard is such best-selling writers as Grisham, J. who write about the law as their works with insights into the law are more appealing to the common US citizens. This shows that common sensibility is improving. Hence, such matters as the elimination of peremptory challenge or its preservation is a much talked about matter today. Thus it is very critical to investigate what is actually happening in terms of governance in the courtrooms and its link with economic justice.