Judges Become Corrupt
When Strong Personal Agendas Enjoy Absolute Power: Judges are our public servants. We hire them to administrate our laws. But all too often judges make decisions that are contrary to the law or against the weight of evidence. While money can be the motivation for judicial corruption, we find that judges are most often corrupted by their own ideology and personal affiliations. Don't forget, judges are appointed by politicians, not elected. In fact, Judges have often failed politicians that were never able to convince their communities to make laws consistent with their own agendas. So these frustrated lawmakers take jobs as judges and make rulings on cases to fit their own worldview while ignoring the evidence and the law.