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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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Bulgaria's authorities will have access to Swiss banking data and will hopefully be able to bring to justice tax evaders, who hold money in Swiss banks.
While at the United States Mission to the United Nations and then as Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, Scheffer was in the forefront of those fighting to create tribunals to bring to justice those responsible for some of the worst human right atrocities of since the Second World War.
Summary: Paris - France fully trusts the Moroccan authorities to carry out investigations into the Marrakech bombing and bring to justice the perpetrators of this "coward" attack, president Sarkozy said on Tuesday.
AaAaAa The human rights defense NGOAa "follows the situation of human rights in the region and maintains its constant position calling the international community to bring to justice the perpetrators of human rights breachesAa in the region", Sektaoui said.
A total of 321 people have been given secret identities since 2004 when the scheme was overhauled to help bring to justice the killers of New Year partygoers Letisha Shakespeare and Charlene Ellis..
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.