The rich having access to the best legal experts (as well as the best amenities, the best housing, the best healthcare, the best of absolutely everything) whilst the poor don’t is not an example of equal rights in action. Someone could try to justify it by saying the rich people deserve this advantage coz they work hard and poor people don’t because if they weren’t lazy shits they wouldn’t be poor. You would however, have to severely misunderstand the nature of poverty & wealth to make that argument.
Also, “the rich and famous cannot escape the law” is a bit different from the reality of the situation, which is “the rich and famous have the wealth and resources to engage in legal court proceedings without the financial impacts of doing so being of consequence, whilst the poor, in engaging with legal court proceedings, will be drained of their minuscule wealth and severely impacted. As a result, the rich and famous have the option of hitting poor people with slapp suits as a form of intimidation and coercion with little consequence. ” This is really just a small example the vastly different relationships that poor and rich people have with the justice system.