The Canon Of Judicial Ethics Vs corruption


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“A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world”. Persons in Public life are expected to be moral exemplars of morality and ethics as they have pledged to uphold and defend that realm” ——-The French Nobel Prize winning Author and Philosopher Albert Camus. (Especially the Hon. Judiciary who are worshiped by the common man as equivalent to God should follow the normal ethics of common man and in addition should follow the Judicial Ethics. There is no dividing line between their personal and public life. Private lives of public figures (like that of Judiciary ) are wide open to public scrutiny. What they do in their private life matters and does impact their public responsibilities. Can they be ethical in public if they are unethical in private? The ethical private life only the foundation basis for the ethical public (Judicial) Ethics. Their private life reveals more about morals than their sound bites. For the society to progress and prosper, we need to have individuals in public life with competence, honesty, dedication, humility, experience and selfless determination above all else. Those in public life who expect others to observe the moral and ethical standards enforced in society must act as icons by rigorously following them first. They must say what they mean and always mean what they say. Their word must always be their bond. Above all their actions must speak louder than their words. They must always be judged on what they say and what they actually do and be transparent and accountable to those that they are privileged to serve. Let we form the best Ethical judicial system in India. Hence this book speaks all about that in detail. Jai Hind