By Anne King
DRI – The Voice of the Defense Bar recently released survey results indicating that many Americans have little confidence in the fairness of the civil justice system.
A few interesting highlights: “41% of Americans are not confident that the civil law system is fair and just. Only 9% are very confident.” “Confidence in the courts is higher among liberals than conservatives.” “83% say that the side with the most money for lawyers usually wins,” a result that remains consistent across all political parties and identifications. Despite this perception, “n a suit pitting a corporation against an individual, 54% would favor individuals.”
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