Corruption in Modern Society

Madalyn Swaringen

Lack of Proper Justice

Due to corruptions in the judiciary system, there is often improper justice. A crime may be proved as benefit of the doubt due to lack of evidence. In the police system, investigation processes may go on for extended periods of time, resulting in the culprit being able to roam free.

Lack of Trust

Citizens vote for their representatives and leaders because they have faith in them. As corruption is uncovered and shared with the public, citizens will begin to doubt their chosen leaders.


When corruption is spoken of, pollution does not often come to mind. But faulty monitoring of factories and other industrial buildings leads to water, air, and land pollution. Corruption in government departments lets industries slip by and release waste without regard to the environmental effects.
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