TOLFA Segment 6, Question 3

Defendants unable to afford a good lawyer today are at a severe disadvantage. In what ways would a free-market justice system improve their situation? They would not be accused in the first place just of breaking some law - but only of harming a person
They would be in no way impeded if they chose to defend themselves
The insurance industry would have given him ample opportunity to buy a policy to protect him in such a case by the provision of a good lawyer
The court's motive would be to do justice, not gain a conviction for their government buddies

There were no wrong answers here; the lot of the poor defendant will be vastly improved in a free-market system of justice. Check all answers, then make notes in your student notebook and go to Question 4.

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