Over the last four years, certain circles have argued that the Department of Justice in the U.S. has acted more as the personal attorney from the president than an independent, impartial department of the government. Some have pointed to this as evidence of yet another layer of corruption in the justice system, while others argue these claims are overblown. Whichever side of the issue you sit on, it is clear that the system of justice in the U.S. is not a perfect one.
Knowing that, here’s the topic for this debate:
What reforms (if any) need to happen in America’s justice system to ensure equal justice for all and minimize corruption?
As always, base this debate on factual information, not feelings and anecdotal evidence alone.