Be thankful that we do not have elected judges and prosecutors who stand for election on promises of keeping children (and white folks) safe, and point to the number of convictions as evidence they are doing their jobs.
So far we have largely avoided a politicised judiciary. In the US, politicisation goes all the way to the Supreme Court - so much for checks and balances when the Supreme Court is dominated by two minority religious groups. [disclaimer - I happen to think that the Jewish Supremes are pretty good. But I still recognise that numeric over-representation of religious groupings in a supposedly secular government is a Bad Thing.]