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Also about lawyer+411i wonder if claire sawyer future lawyer actually became a lawyer, amirite?
Also about Law+52Since the US government is increasing the debt by $46,138.32 per second, every US law should have to pass a cost/benefits analysis. In other words, we should seriously consider removing any laws that are huge financial disasters. It's possible for the cost (to society) of enforcing a law becomes greater than the cost of not having the law at all, Amirite? More
Also by Toounknown-13Lowering prices would help more then just giving money to the poor, amirite?
Also about crime and illegal+58It's makes no sense when people go "well your ancestors were illegal immigrants" to Americans who are against illegal immigration as a reason for why they shouldn't be. Native Americans had no laws against colonials being there, colonials weren't illegal immigrant and why would your ancestors doing something illegally mean you shouldn't be against the crime they committed? amirite?
Also about crime+47It is a very old trope that poverty creates crime, but it's a lie, crime creates poverty. Not only does crime directly destroy wealth as thieves steal expensive goods and sell them for pennies on the dollar, it drives away people who have money, and prevents people from investing money in those areas because your investment is not safe there and neither are you. Without crime, poorer areas are attractive to investors because the cost of property and labor are lower than other areas, so wealth flows in and poverty dissipates. But crime prevents that, it creates and perpetuates poverty. amirite?
Also about crime and lawyer+35Unpopular opinion: Lawyer isn't a dishonest profession. A lawyer's responsibility is not to state their opinion on guilt or innocence, but to state their opinion on what one must believe to justify believing guilt or innocence. This, in turn, is grounded in the idea that every crime deserves justice and every defendant deserves a fair defense. So, for example, the defense could believe their client is guilty, yet defend their client in court in good conscience, because they aren't saying they think their client is innocent, just that they see a way someone could reasonably think that, amirite?
Also about crime and illegal+32Reparations for slavery would be illegal because it was not a crime while protected under law. amirite?
Also by Toounknown-35Why would you ever except a websites cookies...stop making me repeat my self, amirite? More
Also about crime and lawyer+155The easiest way to make crime pay is to become a lawyer, amirite?
Also about crime and judge+37If the criminal justice system followed Danganronpa rules, there'd be no defendant, no complainant, no defense team, no prosecutor, just the judge and the jury, and the jury would consist entirely of all known witnesses. By the end of the trial, the jury would convict one of its own jurors. An acquittal would be unusual, and would indicate either a failure to subpoena the true guilty party, or a mistake in assuming a crime was committed in the first place. This would be a terrible system, so it's a good thing Danganronpa is nothing but fiction. amirite?