This ain't the US. Finland does have a justice system that deserves the name.
Money doesn't buy you a get out of jail card there.
To make this statement you would need to have intimate knowledge of both Finnish justice system and US justice system.
Your "example" about money shows that you don't have knowledge of either of them. Finland's justice system, and obviously so for those who pay any attention, is quite corruptible and incompetent. It is wasteful and inefficient. This statement is backed by the fact that I do live in Finland and I do pay attention to our legal system.
I do not know how our system compares to others. I can fully expect similar problems with other legal systems as they also are run by people.
By the way, just to make a point about you silly point about "money buying out of jail card": In Finland white collar crime usually goes unpunished. In rare cases where it is punished, the punishments are in range of "fines or 2-20 months of jail time." Compare this to Mr. Madoff rotting in jail the rest of his life or 150 year which ever is shorter.