No , I don't tink so. Unfortunately as the judicial ( or forensic ?) practice shows there are so much mistakes in their verdicts( orthe sentence against ) and a lot of people serve their punishment unfairly( or unjustly ?). In order to suggest hypotheses I will express the following views. One of the reason of the poor courts quality , of course,is connected with the poor quality of legislation. According to lawyers (the defence barrister) in Ukrainian courts only such case can be won guaranteed , which the decision was followed directly from the text of the law. If claim requirement is based at least a few of logical steps, the court decision can be unpredictable. Thus, one sees a dilemma: on the one hand, the legislation quality is such that most even the most obvious requirements can not substantiate on the direct reference to the law, and on the other one - the courts "defend themselves" that do not take as account any arguments other than the a direct referenceon the law. But the most ambitious and main problem the ineffectiveness of justice - it is a judiciary corruption (often the judges try to use the service right for enrich and other personal use).