Judicial Corruption

Judicial corruption occurs when judges are unwilling or unable to act as independent and neutral arbiters. Corrupt judges abuse their authority for personal gain, accepting bribes from parties before the court, or embezzling court funds. Alternately, judicial corruption may result from ...

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