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  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    Shampa Sadhya wrote:

    Absolutely true! The morality is nowhere to be found in most of the lawyers. The lawyers are usually no one's friend because for them money matters the most. India is comparatively a poor country so there should be a limitation on the fees of the lawyers too or else the innocent people from a financially weaker background would not be able to get legal help. The fees of these lawyers are increasing day by day just like the fees of the private schools in India.

     

     You have written four posts in a row which is against the rule here...If we don't practice or follow the rules , what is the point in having them, the moderators and the other members who jump at others when they do this, too seem to have overlooked this...


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  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    Anyhow  Posting in a row has been checked. Presently the Poster has avoided this practice. It happens when the member is new.

     


  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    Shampa Sadhya wrote:

    The legal professional goes by the book is fine but my point is why the professionals do not refuse to take the case which seems to be a false one. The legal professionals can easily understand and catch their client so they have the right to refuse the wrongdoers and in this way they can help the society.

    Even if clearly false one, the accused has to get some advocate to present his case. If accused himself does not fight his case and seeks advocate, he must get one. Otherwise there can be no legal proceedings. Court cannot decide a case by hearing arguments against him only This will be against natural justice. Even if does not get an advocate, court will appoint some advocate to present his case. 

     


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  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    Shampa Sadhya wrote:

    The legal professional goes by the book is fine but my point is why the professionals do not refuse to take the case which seems to be a false one. The legal professionals can easily understand and catch their client so they have the right to refuse the wrongdoers and in this way they can help the society.

    Even if clearly false one, the accused has to get some advocate to present his case. If accused himself does not fight his case and seeks advocate, he must get one. Otherwise there can be no legal proceedings. Court cannot decide a case by hearing arguments against him only This will be against natural justice. Even if does not get an advocate, court will appoint some advocate to present his case.

    Yes. If an accused is not in a position to employ a lawyer to defend himself, court itself appoints an advocate.

     

     


  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    To be very honest I did not do it deliberately. Even I was not aware of this rule and came to know right now from your post. I have no intention to break the rules and always try to respect it. The rule is not clear to me, suppose I answer three questions one after the another or participate in topics, then, am I not allowed to post the fourth one? After How long can I participate in posting my answers and all? I will be thankful to you if you can explain a bit about it And I am sincerely sorry for breaking the rule though unknowingly.


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  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    I know. In the beginning many committed this mistake. But we were ably guided by y the seniors and moderators.

     


  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    I want to clear the doubt that I have not deliberately broken the rule. I was completely not aware of such a rule. At present, I did not post continuously is not that I deliberately avoided to commit the blunder again. It just happened because I was ignorant. If you don't mind then may I say you something that is I always find your comment on various topic and so never thought that there should be some time gap in between. So, I am sorry if I have hurt the site's sentiment but believe me it was not done intentionally.


    shampasaid


  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    Now matter is settled and you too have realized your mistake. This is how we learn from mistakes.Cheers.

     


  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    Shampa, no worries.. I didn't get this too..  Somehow its is not clear to the new comers that we should not comment/ respond  successively even if many people have posted before us and we were just resounding to each of those comments. I assumed that they meant we are not to start two strings or discussions at once. Maybe a re-look at the wording there would help. 

     


  • Re: Shouldn't legal professionals have some moral responsibility towards society?

    by » 4 years ago


    Shampa Sadhya wrote:

    To be very honest I did not do it deliberately. Even I was not aware of this rule and came to know right now from your post. I have no intention to break the rules and always try to respect it. The rule is not clear to me, suppose I answer three questions one after the another or participate in topics, then, am I not allowed to post the fourth one? After How long can I participate in posting my answers and all? I will be thankful to you if you can explain a bit about it And I am sincerely sorry for breaking the rule though unknowingly.

     

    I have mentioned this time and again and if I remember writing it under your posts too. If you have to answer multiple members either mention them in same box or wait until someone else has used a box, thank you.


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