Monday, March 08, 2004

In 2001, the nation's civil litigation system cost every U.S. citizen $722. A year later, the amount was up by $87. In 2002, the system cost all of us $233 billion, up by $27.4 billion over 2001 and representing 2.23 percent of the gross domestic product.

Why dont they just divide this amount all the people who come to the court to have a fight which had a monetary intention (read greed) or an ego problem?

Saves a lot of money...

But, I like watching court room scenes. So lets just let them fight and spend all that money on lawyers.


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