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October 06, 2005



It is always fun to see dignified public figures, especially members of the judiciary become real human beings for a change, and mingle with the people. Most of the time, people tend to be either at awe or frightened whenever they see a respected judge, dressed in his robes. But to see them so down-to-earth, spending time with other people, it makes you feel more at ease with them, removing your fear that they might bite. It is actually those who have committed a crime who tremble in fear whenever they see a judge since the time that they first get to see them is in court. Being familiar with the people can sometimes also be a disadvantage since some may try to abuse the person in terms of asking for favors and such. But I guess, it will all depend on how the judge conducts himself and how he treats each person individually.

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