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A book of the laws of Sweden on display.
A book of the laws of Sweden on display. Credit: Anders Wiklund/TT
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Center for Justice: legal system too expensive for people

Published tisdag 31 oktober 2017 kl 15.48

Does trying to get justice cost too much in Sweden?

That's what the Stockholm-based organization Center for Justice argues in a debate piece published in the newspaper Dagens Nyheter on Tuesday. 

Clarence Crafoord, lawyer and head of the organization, explained why he and his colleague Fredrik Bergman, believe that justice is not as accessible as it should be, and offered ideas for changing that.

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