The judiciary in Pakistan plays an important role as a guardian of the constitution.The apex cou rts also legalized the four military regimes. The judges used “the Doctrine of Necessity” for this legitimacy. I observed the role of army and the superior courts in the politics of this country and developed keen interests in understanding the constitutional position of the judiciary. In the meanwhile, corruption in the lower courts continue to increase. .As a student in Brock University, Canada, Dr. Carl Baar became source my inspiration for deeper understanding of judicial systems. While I was working in the Provincial Court of Criminal Division, Toronto and the legal reforms project for Access to Justice System in Pakistan that enticed me to write this book. My association with my former students, (Mr. Justice Tusaddaq Hussain Gillani and Mr. justice Jawad Khawaja , Mr. justice Najam-ul- Hassan Sheikh , Mr. justice Abdul Sattar Asghar ,has given me a rewarding opportunity of educating myself about the judicial system of this country..Most importantly, I cannot miss thanking my family members for their patience about my academic movements as a gypsy professor.