Do you think the law is applied equally to all people, no matter what social class they belong to? | IELTS Speaking Test January 2016 | Part 3 Questions


IELTS Speaking Test Part 3 Questions

Do you think the law is applied equally to all people, no matter what social class they belong to? (give examples)

In most cases I think it’s true – that the law is applied equally – but there are always cases you see reported in the news which show that it’s not always the case. Sometimes, it seems that wealthy people appear to manage to avoid being fined or imprisoned because their lawyers know how to get them off or at least avoid them going to prison.

There has been a lot of debate about the bankers who were involved in the financial crisis not so long ago – and how none of them have been prosecuted for what some experts have declared were criminal acts. Sometimes, it seems that if you are wealthy or powerful, there are always methods you can use, or your lawyers can use, in order to avoid any severe form of punishment, or in some cases, any punishment at all – and that doesn’t seem fair to most people.



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