Some of the deadly verdicts issued by the men of justice, in the course of time were reformed or regretted by the “more perfect” men of justice. Like anyone else, judges too are in the learning process, and this complex process often teaches them new concepts. These concepts would improve their mental and intellectual faculties, and such improvement would remind them of their misjudgments. Hence, to avoid committing verdicts which may result in devastative social implications and in order to not feel remorse for such judicial decisions, men of justice must always stay ahead of their time.
AHMAD REZA TAHERI - Political Science