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A serious impediment to the success of any anti-corruption strategy is a corrupt judiciary. A corrupt judiciary means that the legal and institutional mechanism designed to curb corruption, however well-targeted, efficient or honest, remains crippled. Unfortunately mounting evidence is steadily surfacing of widespread judicial corruption in the UK. Insufficient attention has been given to the integrity of the judiciary and the broader criminal justice system. One could consider judicial corruption as a "corruption of corruptions" in which those who are responsible to interpret and enforce the rules to counteract corrupt practices are themselves corrupt."

The UK adversarial system of justice is not about the defendant's guilt or innocence nor is it driven by a need to find out the truth. It is instead, a drama contest, driven by the ambition to win, where quick convictions by the Crown Prosecution Service and Police forces lead to career promotion - at the expense of quality investigative work.

"No citizen is required to comply with a law which is bad on its face. If the citizen is satisfied that that is the situation, he is entitled to ignore the law." - Lord J Woolf (as he then was)

 

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