Lady Justice by Phil Cummings

Lady Justice

...the legal system he had worked for had found me innocent. OK, I realized that I wasn’t actually innocent, as in never having done anything, I had to admit that if I was being honest with myself, but I was technically innocent, which was a whole hell of a lot more morally upright than being flat-out guilty. I was proud to live in a country where money and personal influence can ally itself with an amoral legal system to produce such a shining example of relative lack of provable guilt, a state as close to innocence as it was possible for one to be in if one had in fact actually committed a crime.