The Daily Cuppa
Published in

The Daily Cuppa

Judicial idiosyncracies Undermine Justice

Photo by Sasun Bughdaryan on Unsplash

“A judge is a law student who marks his own examination papers.” (H.L.Mencken, American journalist)

Judgeship carries a lot of prestige. People respect judges for their wisdom and knowledge.

Judges are human too. They are as susceptible to prejudices, critical errors, quirky, unpredictable and contradictory behavior as the rest of humanity.




Wow! Did you notice that? It was your day flying by. This publication is your place to enjoy stories of 150 words or fewer about plants and people, wild animals and pets, gardens and food, how-to and how-not-to — written to inform and delight. Did I mention humor?

Recommended from Medium

US President Trump, first lady Melania test positive for Covid-19

8 New Things About the American Alt Right

Ohio State Highway Patrol releases post-Thanksgiving holiday report

How Long Before Trump Ousts National Security Advisor John Bolton?

A Nation in Love with Property and Cash Embraces Death in Rush to ‘Normalcy’

An Intolerance of Lies and Liars

TPD, U.S. Marshals need help locating violent fugitive

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Mukundarajan V N

Mukundarajan V N

Retired banker living in India. Avid reader. I write to learn, inform and inspire. Believe in ethical living and sustainable development.

More from Medium

Come on, Dance with Me into The New Year

Create Atmosphere in Your Yoga Classes

Happy New Year and Farewell to 2021

antique ornament with the word “hope” inscribed

“It Was The 3rd Of September. . .” — The Temptations