This book, written by Sayar U Htein Win, former State/Division Judge and legal advisor to the Rule of Law Center in Mandalay and to Colors Rainbow, covers Myanmar Penal Code sections and laws that need to be amended to ensure access to justice for everyone. It presents different legal issues and precedents that can serve as foundation for judicial reform aiming at judicial independence and resulting in public trust. It addresses the judges’ ability to adjudicate independently under the Supreme Court and High Court formed under 1974 Constitution. In a compilation of legal articles, this book addresses specifically the questions of the access to justice in connection with matters such as contempt of court, the role of the Union Supreme Court in the interpretation of the law, the Ministry of Justice, and the jury system analyzing contempt of court law, Union judiciary law, writ law and respective rules. Its objective is to point out the weakness of the current laws and to propose options for legal reform to improve the rule of law in Myanmar.