Law and Justice

Do you think that the legal system always gives justice correctly?


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The legal system gives justice correctly not always. Some rich people pay a good defence barrister and give no sentence for their crime. We can note a lot of corrupt politicians commiting crimes against the society and nevertheless they continue free after the trial. We can also note, poor people commiting simple crimes and they have to serve time in prison.

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The legal system gives justice correctly but not always. Some rich people pay for a good defence barrister and give no  do not receive a sentence for their crime. We can note  There are a lot  many of corrupt politicians commiting crimes against the society and nevertheless they continue  remain free after the trial. We can also note,There are also poor people commiting simple crimes and they who have to serve time in prison.

In US English, you should say "lawyer" instead of "barrister".

"Many" is more formal than "a lot".

 

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The legal system gives justice correctly not always*. Some rich people pay a good defence barrister and receive no sentence for their crime. We can note** a lot of corrupt politicians commiting crimes against the society and nevertheless they walk free after the trial. We can also note**, poor people commiting simple crimes and they have to serve time in prison.

* I would structure this sentence like this "The legal system doesn't always administer justice correctly."

** "We can note" is ok, but i would say "There are many examples of..."  OR  "There have been many noteworthy examples of..."

Muito bom!  This is excellent!  Keep up the great work!