Judiciary Essay | Importance of Judiciary

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Importance of Judiciary

Summary: Examines the role and importance of the judiciary branch of government in the modern world. Argues that far too much attention is given to the legislative and executive branches.
Sidgwick says: "The importance of the Judiciary in political construction is rather profound than prominent. In determining a nation's rank in political civilization, no test is mare decisive than the degree in which justice, as defined by the law, is actually realized in its judicial administration. " Lard Bryce writes: "If the law be dishonestly administered, the salt has last its flavaur; if it be weakly and fitfully enforced, the guarantees .of .order fail, far it is mare by the certainty than by the severity .of punishment that .offenders are repressed. If the lamp .of justice goes out in darkness, haw great is that darkness." Again, "There is no better test .of the excellence of a Government than the efficiency .of a judicial system; far nothing mare clearly touches the welfare and security of the average citizen than the feeling that he can rely an the certain and...

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