impartialness


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Related to impartialness: dispassionately, disinterestedness
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He argued that reservations were also expressed in terms of lawyers' impartialness, since some law firms represent banks and co-operatives in other cases.
We did so in the utmost impartialness and objectivity, fully aware of the burden of our responsibility, as well as the unusual circumstances we found ourselves in, given that the accuser was the deputy Attorney General and the accusations were aimed at the Attorney-general and others.
His stint at the CyBC's helm was marred by repeated complaints by opposition party AKEL, which questioned the broadcaster's impartialness in offering parties equal air-time and coverage, implying this was politically driven.
The family did not accept the ruling and appealed to the Supreme Court on grounds that the court failed to exhibit impartialness, resulting in a breach of the plaintiffs' right to a fair trial.