Real World Problem Solving: Interrogation doesn’t always lead to real answers

The culture of the court is not conducive to problem solving. In a courtroom, the law ascertains right and wrong, victor and victim. It is a difficult and tense place, where many people have too much to lose and too little to gain. This is not to say that the court system is wrong; laws and their fair enforcement are essential to maintaining a functional society. However, it may not be the optimal place for problem solving. Is there a way to resolve legal disputes in a way that meets the demands of both opposing parties, before reaching the judge’s bench? The alternative dispute resolution is a way of resolving disagreements between two or more groups in an attempt to prevent bringing the conflict to court. This form of problem…


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