The biggest change towards race differences has only been attained in terms of perspective and language changes towards the different races. More or less, the shifts in the community perspectives concerning the differences in races are more of cultural change in relation to how people treat one another. Partly, the law has opened up some changes concerning race, but only to some extent. For instance, the African Americans and other minority groups have the opportunity to vote and attain job position as any other American due to the civil liberties passed in the constitution. However, while the constitution guarantees freedom to everyone irrespective of their race and background, the judicial system is considered as one of the sectors that has not fully integrated this shift in its procedures and settings.
One of the areas that is lacking is the liberties and leniency show to the Whites as compared to the African Americans. Nearly 80% of African-American and Hispanics cases lead to incarceration compared to most of the Whites cases that end up with a community service or parole. At the same time, there are a high percentage of teenage African-Americans being arrested as compared to other races. Teenage African Americans are commonly arrested for simple mistakes such as not being in the right place at the right time or acting suspicious. In worst scenarios, lack of evidence to tie to the teenager arrested a planted evidence is used instead.
Therefore, even with the implementation of the policies aimed at bringing equality and justice in relation to race differences, the application of the policies in real-life shows favor to one race at the inconvenience of the other. While the inclusion of juries in the decision of case was a way of ensuring that fairness is attained, the ruling in some of the cases are based on the appearance of the defendant or possibly the neighborhood of the defendant. This eliminates the provision of fairness to everyone.