Advocacy in Liberia is challenging. However, the paralegals are trying their best. A challenge that we face in the field is (the citizens and the police) a rape. The perpetrator will always be either the close family member or the community member. In this case the victim’s parent will first report the issue to paralegal and that of the police. The police will first arrest the man and have him detained. Later the victim parent will go back to the police and compromise it without informing the paralegal. Then, the chiefs and the communities people, the chief will always charged for bond, while the paralegals are there creating on Bail bond that only the courts can charge for bond. Those chiefs will act as if you did not do your community entry. What steps can we take to tackle these challenges?