Corruption in Judiciary -Solutions

Below are the key Root Causes and Issues related to Corruption in Judiciary as outlined by you. Kindly review them and help identify very specific solutions that can be implemented to reduce corrutpion in the judiciary.

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Corruption in Judiciary – Key Root Causes

1. Judges have very high decision making powers vested in them
2. Many times judges fear for the life of their family and their own
3. Judges also want to use their discretionary powers to make money on the side
4. Judges and lawyers pull favours on each other
5. Lawyers try to prolong the hearings to be able to make more money
6. Peons have easy access to files which they misuse after taking bribes
7. Lack of proper protocols for accepting cases in courts
8. There is no fixed time limit for the disposal of a case
9. There is no limit to the number of adjournments
10. Non-performance by judiciary also breeds situation leading to corruption
11. The judiciary does not have any fear of what they are doing
12. Not many examples have been set of corrupt judicial officers being punished
13. No accountability for the judges on quality of judgement
14. The correctness of affidavits is never checked

Corruption in Judiciary - Key Issues

1. Judges in the lower courts come under pressure from ruling political parties as well as few law practitioners who are closely associated with them to get favourable judgements
2. Some judges of the lower court accept money to give favourable verdict to a certain party
3. Advocates can easily get cases adjourned/pushed forward by putting money into the chain
4. Advocates and Public Prosecutor work as conduit for bribing Judiciary in form of expensive holidays, cash etc.
5. Lawyers misguide their clients and keep asking for more money to fight the case
6. In rent control matters, lawyers and judicial staff work hand in glove to take maximum adjournments so that the tenant can postpone the vacating the premises for which they take extra money
7. One could also pay a bribe to prevent the adjournment of a case
8. A lot of money in exchanged with judgements for the judges to use their discretionary powers in granting adjournment, bail and compensation
9. Many times, one also has to pay to get certified document copies, pay for registering suit, complaint as well as petition
10. At the lowest level, peons take money to remove papers from the bundles. more  

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The position exposed by Dr. Murugesan R and Sh.Padmanabhan  is very much true and steps should be taken as suggested by them.P.C.JAIN more  
How can you stop corruption when the giver and receiver are present the society?. Even the poor pay bribes to get their jobs done. So only demonetization can stop this sort of bribe giving and bribe taking.

The poor pay bribes of over Rs 8,000 million to access public services. more  
We need only honest officials especially in judiciary and the police (like in the US).
An effective solution would be punish the guilty officials (including ministers) by attaching their entire family assets (movable and immovable) to the state exchequer and dismissing all their relatives holding public office for ever! It's so unfortunate that judges with criminal record of grabbing public land are still in office! A funny system indeed that only a few Kalki or Narasimha Avathars together can root out the ever increasing white collar criminals! more  
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