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  • Info JUSTICE is a human rights and law reform organisation based in the United Kingdom. more...
  • One such example is the idea of original sin as a lack of justice.
  • Spirits had also been recorded to have appeared to carry out other acts of justice.
  • There is throughout the law a sense of justice.
  • The government promised a new era of economic growth and democratic justice.
  • After American independence, he was appointed a justice of the peace.
  • The courts of justice, post office and railway station stood on higher ground slightly to the south.
  • Individuals hold a commission granted to them by the Minister of Justice.
  • The administration of justice was of particular importance to John.
  • It works to provide disaster relief and promote human rights and social justice around the world.
  • Before the law all men are equal, that is, they are entitled to even-handed justice. Cited from Towards the Great Peace, by Ralph Adams Cram
  • Henry was responsible for a substantial expansion of the royal justice system.
  • Yet I like the even-handed justice which is applied to both our arguments. Cited from Philebus, by Plato [More of Socrates]
  • Both of these have a chief justice and two judges.
  • The Supreme Court consists of a chief justice and up to three other judges.
  • He had been appointed to the position of justice of the peace in the District of Columbia.
  • Its chief justice is appointed by the head of state upon the recommendation of the prime minister.
  • The regular term of office of justices retained at election is eight years.
  • A controversial image is one that sits directly above the chief justice's head.
  • He was to become the longest serving Justice of that court.
  • They also have independent Courts of Law for common justice.
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Meaning of justice

  • noun The quality of being just or fair
  • noun Judgment involved in the determination of rights and the assignment of rewards and punishments