Drink-driving cases should not be brought to court, the President of the Supreme Court views. THE COST-CUTS imposed on the Finnish judicial system by the Government necessitate extensive reforms, argues Pauliine Koskelo, the President of the Supreme Court. Unless reforms are adopted, judicial protection in the country may deteriorate, she cautions.
“Cost-cuts solve nothing. You must instead cut the need to spend by rationalising the operations of the judicial system. It's a misconception to think that the judicial system can, with internal measures alone, respond to the massive cuts,” Koskelo states.