a concern for justice, peace, and genuine respect for people
The quality of being fair and reasonable
the justice of his case
The administration of the law or authority in maintaining this
a tragic miscarriage of justice
The personification of justice, usually a blindfolded woman holding scales and a sword
A judge or magistrate, in particular a judge of the supreme court of a country or state
the quality of being just or fair
judgment involved in the determination of rights and the assignment of rewards and punishments
judge: a public official authorized to decide questions brought before a court of justice
Department of Justice: the United States federal department responsible for enforcing federal laws (including the enforcement of all civil rights legislation); created in 1870
JUSTICE is a human rights and law reform organisation based in the United Kingdom. It is the British section of the International Commission of Jurists, the international human rights organisation of lawyers devoted to the legal protection of human rights worldwide. ...
Justice is the concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law, natural law, religion, fairness, or equity, along with the punishment of the breach of said ethics.
Justice? was part of a direct action campaign, based in Brighton, England, arguing against a bill (draft legislation) in the British Parliament which was to become the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994.
Justice is a 1993 German-language film directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer. It was an international co-production between Germany and Switzerland. ...
Justice (2002) is a short film by director Yukisada Isao. It stars Tsumabuki Satoshi as Tojo, Christian Storms as Mr. Robert, Ayase Haruka as Hoshi, and Arai Hirofumi as Itadaki. The movie was released by Sega/Amuse as part of the Jam Films collection.
†, alternatively known as Cross, is the debut album of the French electro house duo Justice, released on June 11, 2007. It was certified as Silver in the UK March 13, 2009 for sales of 60,000 copies.
The state or characteristic of being just or fair; The ideal of fairness, impartiality, etc., especially with regard to the punishment of wrongdoing; Judgment and punishment of a party who has allegedly wronged (an)other(s); The civil power dealing with law; A judge of certain courts. ...
To dream that you demand justice from a person, denotes that you are threatened with embarrassments through the false statements of people who are eager for your downfall. ...
Ethical debates in this area surround the definition of justice and how to make justice operate effectively in the community. There are two main theories. ...
Differentia: Treating others as they deserve to be treated
1) behavior or treatment based on what is morally right or fair; 2) the administration of the law or authority in maintaining this; 3) a judge on the Supreme Court
An ethical principle discussed in the Belmont Report requiring fairness in distribution of burdens and benefits; often expressed in terms of treating persons of similar circumstances or characteristics similarly.
A core principle of this Policy that refers to the obligation to treat people fairly and equitably. Fairness entails treating all people with equal respect and concern. ...
Conformity to moral rightness in action or attitude
Fair distribution of benefits and burdens, fair correction of wrongs and injuries, or use of fair procedures in gathering information and making decisions.
Whitworth links justice to the biblical paradigm of shalom. Noted Christian philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorff describes shalom justice as a biblical vision for human flourishing in which people find delight in right relationships with God, with one another, with creation and with themselves. ...
a print by Sir John Tenniel in a September 1857 issue of Punch.
The selection of subjects is equitable and is representative of the group that will benefit from the research.
Functionally, justice is a set of universal principles that guide people in judging what is right and what is wrong, no matter what culture and society they live in. ...
Practicing justice is being fair. It is solving problems so everyone wins. You don't prejudge. You see people as individuals. You don't accept it when someone acts like a bully, cheats or lies. Being a champion for justice takes courage. Sometimes when you stand for justice, you stand alone.
As the divine Judge, God the Father acts with Justice. Justice dictates that sinners should be punished. This would thus require the punishment of all human beings. And since all humanity has been born with Original Sin, all humanity would be punished with damnation in hell. ...