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The Buffalo Creek Disaster This Book was an outstanding depiction of how our court systems in the United States work Gerald Stern from the time he had accepted the case in my opinion was out for establishing justice The Buffalo Creek Disaster left hundreds of people to suffer without homes belongings jobs family and friends By the fault of the mining company these peoples rights were violated The rights of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness were stripped away from them in a few hours by the flood I think the courts Congress and attorneys all have roles and are obligated to establishing justice The courts are obligated to be there to listen to and make sure that people are getting a fair chance for their case to be presented The courts are there to make sure no corruption or slander is taking place It is the courts job to filter out any unnecessary baggage that may be brought into the picture The courts are there to make sure everything goes by the rules and guidelines set up by our constitution and laws For instance when Judge Hall had made Pittston give the plaintiffs some documents that had to do with the case he was making sure everything was being done lawfully Congress has quite a different position I think Congress has the job of making sure the right laws are being made and passed in order for our society to be centered on justice If we have corrupted laws to work with then our courts cant uphold justice at all It is Congresss duty to make sure laws will be passed that reflects the will of our people as well This way when we do decide to use our court systems we will feel like it is a fair system The attorneys have the hardest role of all three I think the attorneys are like the student in a college class
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