In absence of enforceability of law, liberty becomes obsolete. Therefore, speedy justice is the foundation of rule of law and it has been a concern for the citizenry, legislature, executive and judiciary. It will be a tragedy if the law is so petrified as to be unable to respond to the unending challenges of evolutionary and revolutionary changes. The Life of the law has not been logic. It has been experience. Any procedure to be efficient and effective has not only to answer the test of logic and principles but also the experience of its actual working in the crucible of investigation, inquiry and trials.
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About the Author
The author is a professor of law and having achievements of the tune of master of laws, master of philosophy and doctorate in laws and years of experience in legal practice, academics and administration.