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Synonyms for justice

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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She added: "I knew he was responsible and my husband Charlie and I were determined not to rest until he had been brought to justice.
A grieving father today dismissed reports that a dozen Iraqis will be brought to justice for the death of six Redcaps.
Added McMurray, "This won't be over until the party who is directly accountable is brought to justice, and in my opinion that's the Holy See.
Do you think many will be brought to justice by the Gacaca Courts, Rwandas Local.
The actual reduction in the percentage of offences brought to justice was 1%.
World Council of Churches general secretary Sam Kobia has called on Sudanese president Lieutenant-General Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir "to take steps to put an end to human rights violations in the [Darfur] region and to ensure that those guilty of committing acts of violence and human rights abuses are brought to justice.
Those responsible for these crimes, it said, "should be brought to justice in accordance with the USA's obligations under international and US law.
The group also called on the United Nations and NATO to ensure that all military and civilian peacekeepers--who enjoy general immunity from prosecution--suspected of criminal participation in trafficking are brought to justice.
It revealed that it had missed its target to raise the number of crimes for which an offender was brought to justice and the numbers had actually fallen.
The message is soft-pedaled for young viewers, and the African bush on display here--with its untouched teeming savannahs dotted by the occasional native village--is about 100 years out of date, but kids will get the idea, and cheer when the elephants and rhinos win and those poachers are brought to justice.
SECRET Government papers have revealed proposals to change the way crime statistics are recorded in order to make it appear that more persistent offenders are being brought to justice, it has been reported.
Former Home Secretary Jack Straw set a target to increase by 100,000 the number of recorded crimes ending in an offender being brought to justice by the year 2004.
Five years ago her husband's killer was finally brought to justice.
Corning is pleased to have this dispute with Picvue resolved in a manner by which those responsible for the criminal actions will be brought to justice," said James P.
He reaffirmed perpetrators would not succeed in undermining national unity of the kuwaiti people and they would be brought to justice to be punished.