Instant judgements in the matter of various crimes are ideal ones and that is what is actually needed most, but in the eyes of Law it doesn’t fit into the system. Laws, or say legal remedies, are notoriously known well for their time consuming character, and otherwise too there doesn’t exist any system specifically stipulated as such, which could ensure speedy delivery of judgements, particularly in the cases of criminal nature, more particularly in relation to heinous crimes like murder and rape, or gang rape. But there does exist a system by which criminals are punished instantly on the spot. This can better be called Public System of Delivering Judgements (sounds more appropriate if abbreviated as PDSJ). These are the cases where public in general takes to themselves the responsibility of quick judgements punishing the criminals instantly. A dead drunk driver driving and dashing his vehicle against a person in the traffic doesn’t bother the least for the traffic police on duty, but he does fear the wrath of the people in the crowd, who instantly start thrashing him with hits and blows. If this sort of a fear is not there, who knows how many casualties might have occurred in road mishaps. New Delhi gang rape case too works as an instance to some extent. If whatever appears set now to secure some justice in punishing the rapists, it is all due to the public rage that was vehemently demonstrated in all the nook and corner of the country. The minor rapist who was lodged in juvenile delinquents jail was beaten up black and blue by the other youngster inmates with the result that he had to be shifted to another jail. There again, the inmates dealt with him in the same manner continuing their beat up doze to him unless he almost collapsed. There are certain Islamic countries where such course of action is the part of their laws. If some body is caught red handed while committing theft, his hands are slit on the spot itself so that he could never be in a position to commit such a crime again in his life time. In rape cases too, there is a practice there to slit the masculine organ of the man concerned crippling him for whole of his life. In our country there is no dearth of those who are very generous in interpreting the laws of the land never getting tired of advising that one should not take law into one’s hand. Sounds noble, but where is the Law?. Laws of our country suit criminals more than its normal citizens.