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the state, action, or principle of treating all persons equally in accordance with the law

a public official who decides cases brought before a court of law in order to administer justice

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He describes at great lengths Cambodian positions that led to long delays in setting up a tribunal to bring to justice those responsible for the grossly excessive crimes of the Pol Pot regime.
I fully trust the Moroccan authorities to carry out the investigations to the end, identify and bring to justice the perpetrators of this massacre," Sarkozy said at a ceremony at Paris' Orly airport for the repatriation of the French victims' bodies.
Perhaps the most famous witness to receive protection was the man who helped bring to justice the killers of Letisha and Charlene.
Latin American human rights activists working to bring to justice leaders of Plan Condor, an intelligence-sharing initiative that united military dictatorships in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay from the 1970s and '80s, are seeing progress.
He accepted during the meeting that logistically it would be impossible to bring to justice those responsible through a British operation.
The case of Archbishop Wielgus dramatically highlights a serious problem that has gone virtually unreported in the West: the failure in Poland and other former Soviet-bloc countries to bring to justice the officials and secret police who imposed communist tyranny for decades and are responsible for the imprisonment, torture, and death of many people throughout central and eastern Europe.
Author Eli Wiesel, in the nation's capital for a reading of his new novel, noted that Wiesenthal had done ``so much to try to bring to justice the people who committed the worst crimes in history.
Secretary of State John Reid must take the gloves off and give police all resources needed to bring to justice those who went out early yesterday to take Danny McColgan's life.