Most firms are routinely involved in recruitment processes. This is done in order to ensure competence in all professionals that are hired. Understanding the applicants’ personality will thus ensure firms employs the right individuals to discharge specific duties in the organizations. This paper examines personality profile based on a judicial interview.
Thesis statement: Researching and visiting courts of law will help formulate and implement the necessary reforms in the judiciary.
Interviewer: Good morning? Welcome to judicial preliminary chambers. It is our pleasure to have you today sir. Please, tell us about your background? I believe a “brief introduction” will be sufficient.
Interviewee: Morning. It is my delight too to be here today. I am Mr. Michael Jones from Ohio State in North America. I was born in 1946 in the province of Mesopotamia where I grew up and lived until I sat my o-level examinations. I relocated to England for my university studies and later come back to practice law here in Ohio. I have been practicing law for 16 years now.
Interviewer: Thank you Mr. Michael. The judiciary today is facing some challenges in conducting its professional duties. What do you perceive as the greatest hindrances to an effective judicial system and achieving judicial justice?
Mr. Michael: Judicial system should be extremely thorough and dependable in discharging justice. In my practice I have identified inefficiencies that hinder efficient judicial operation which can only be tackled by a serious supportive judicial fraternity. One of the obstacles is the court delay in delivery of verdicts on legal matters. Late court ruling on such cases denies the aggrieved party prompt justice and thus the courts also propagate injustice by denying victims prompt hearing.
Interviewer: Very nice to note of your professional perception on our judicial processes and justice delivery. What would you do to promote quick court rulings given the opportunity to spearhead the judicial reforms in the country?
Mr. Michael: The backlog in our courts today requires a devoted reformer to formulate and implement ambitious judicial programs and procedures. I would devise a program that sees judge work at least eight hours a day from the six-hours that they work today. More so, I would increase access to judicial services by transferring minor judicial responsibilities to other subsidiary courts. I trust these measures would still restore judicial credibility as evidence distortion would be minimal.
Interviewer: Thank you for the ambitious insight Mr. Michael. In carrying out prompt hearing and ruling, how would you maintain judicial judgment quality that fuels public confidence in the judicial system.
Mr. Michael: Quality on judicial judgment highly depends on judicial independence which lay another barrier to the system. Interference on the course of jurisdiction is deeply rooted in the judicial system. The judicial authority has to be separated from the political class. It is the prerogative of the jury to refer to the applicable law pertaining to legal dispute, interpret the clause and apply it accordingly. Only then will the court ruling be true and fair.
Interviewer: Incompetent legal standards having highly lend to court ruling manipulation mostly in matters on national interest. There are many bodies that are involved in formulating legal procedures thus resulting to huge corruption. What measures would you recommend in the judicial system to combat corruption?
Mr. Michael: legal standards have to be realistic, practical and responsive to legal issues. Legal terms should not be conflicting but should have the same meaning across the globe for effective application. Business contracts should have drafting guiding principles in order to promote legal fairness to all. There should be routine in-service training to legal professionals. Judicial system should have a code of ethics that should be enforced through appropriate procedures by reliable professionals.
Interviewer: It is clear that we need to strengthen the judicial branch for effective law enforcement. Judicial ruling has to be fairly carried out as to the verdict of the court. Culprits have to be punished according to the law without any inequalities. Judiciary has to be seen to be delivering effective and correct verdicts. How would you ensure fairness in culprits serving their legal sentences?
Mr. Michael: legal verdicts should be geared at enhancing morality in the society. This is only possible when judicial system ensure non-discriminative law enforcement amongst the residents. Any leniency would jeopardize the essence of law and the need to adhere to it. Those who break the law should be equally punished no matter their status in the society. However, law enforcer should be respective, polite and mature for effective collaboration with the society in promoting fairness.
Interviewer: judicial reforms can only be achieved in a well organized environment for forward positive development. It calls for excellent skills in planning and implementing. How would you turn judicial reforms plans into actions?
Mr. Michael: Plans implementation requires adequate resources both financial and human capital. There should be collaboration between government and the judiciary to ensure smooth development in enhancing justice in the country. Funds need to be made available at the right time as well as employing the right number of qualified and competent judicial staff. Resource availability will form the bottom line to legal reform success.
Interviewer: Thank you Mr. Michael for your time and responses to the panel’s questions. Your opinion is highly regarded and we look forward to communicating to you soon. Thank you.