There are many laws that fight against discrimination and while some have worked a lot, there are still many people being discriminated daily. There are many white people who discriminate black people and Muslims or other races and this problem has been going on and on ever since this world began. It may sound funny that there is discrimination going on in the court because this is suppose to be a place where justice is served; even lawyers and judges discriminate people in the court because of certain things. It can be really difficult for these people to win a case if the judge is against them because they are being discriminated. Let us now look at some of the things that justify discrimination so without further due, let us begin.
One way that you can detect discrimination is when some people think that they are better than others. This is one sign that can tell you that that person is discriminating others who they do not really know that much. Yes, it is true that there are people who are smarter than others and there are people who are more skilled than others but this does not mean that you can go around and boast that you are a better person than others just because you have these skills. Another way that you can detect discrimination and racism is by seeing if people think that they are a higher class than others. You should always help a person who is being treated wrong just because they are of a different race or just because their skin color is different.
If judges were racist, they can not really make fair judgments because they are racist against some people and this is really bad and must be stopped; the thing is, it is really hard to detect these kinds of discrimination. How will you ever win a case if you do not have good judges and if the judges at court are racist against you; it can be really hard and you will not really have a chance to win your case. These judges or people in the courtroom should be those who are not racist or those who should not discriminate people but unfortunately, some are like these. Discrimination is indeed everywhere and you can hardly find a place that is free of discrimination because it can be anywhere even in the courtrooms. It will be very hard indeed and this is not fair as well because everyone deserves a fair trial.