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By Brian Feeney (for Irish News)
Judges sometimes forget they are the servants of society. They operate
courts which exist because the state has established them to provide
justice for members of society. Sometimes those courts fail to provide
that justice. Usually that failure is in the cases of paedophilia or
rape where people are dismayed at sentences that do not reflect the
enormity of the crime.
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