From the foregoing, it is clear that the Judicial System has let the American people down massively on numerous occasions. Regarded by most citizens as their final hope of finding justice, it has failed to live up to the expectations of the people. Its inefficiency in administering justice has not only been lacking but has also been slow to the extent that by the time rulings are made, most people following the case would have forgotten what the defendant was accused of. The system also appears to be under strong influence of the media, a fact that has distracted the jury and the judges from the objectivity of the cases. Consequently, this has led judges to make rulings, not quite for the evidence and exhibit forwarded for or against the defendant but rather because of the polarization and edition of facts portrayed by the media. It is a positive thing that the Judicial System is embracing modernity and is taking to present the progress of its cases on social sites. However, it is a completely different thing to allow the opinion and personal judgments of the media, print or visual to alter the course of a case. It is more disheartening if the case in question is a matter of life and death situation, such as murder cases.
Finally, the Justice System should stick to its policies and fight off any kind of influence from any source in a bid to be indifferent and objective in making rulings. Politicians or the government should not have any influence over the Judiciary and judicial cases whatsoever. Likewise, the social status of the defendant or the complainant should have no effect on the outcome of the case. With the belief that sentencing a person found guilty of murder to execution is a case of two wrongs making no right, the policy-makers should review such laws. For states in which such policies still hold, it is the duty of the citizens to ask their leaders for better methods of punishment and most importantly, correction. After all, the whole reason behind the Judicial System is not only punishment for crimes committed but also a way of correcting the individual so that they turn out to be people who can co-exist with others in the society. In short, everyone deserves a second chance.