We have been hearing lots in Alabama recently about the Rule of Law and the need to enforce it. I firmly believe that protecting both life and liberty require the Rule of Law to be established, recognized and fairly and equitably enforced. Recent events may cause folks to wonder why the Rule of Law isn’t always applied in that fashion. It appears that on occasion appellate court judges in our state have a hard time applying the Rule of Law fairly when it comes to the rights of ordinary folks when large corporate entities are involved as parties in litigation.
Many believe that political influence has in some cases dictated how the Rule of Law is interpreted and applied. Clearly that should never be allowed and hopefully it hasn’t. Maybe it’s time for the American people to take a look at the state court systems and decide if our appellate courts really need to be independent, fair and totally impartial. When you get down to it – that’s the way the system of justice in our country is supposed to work.
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