Why are we so confused about the difference between revenge and justice?
justice Samuel Alito rightfully warned against a sweeping gay marriage decision during oral arguments on Monday.
As for Diallo, on Monday she had her day in court, but nobody outside the chambers of justice Douglas McKeon heard what was said.
Such is the nature of justice in the U.S. District of Massachusetts.
For former Goldman Sachs board member Rajat Gupta, justice was swift, writes Allan Dodds Frank.
It is no offence, therefore, by God to speak of His justice and His rights.
Charming as she was, he wondered if she could do the interview—him—justice.
Conscience did not answer, but she felt the justice of the criticism.
"There does not seem to be any good reason for this concealment," added the justice.
Such a course would comport as little with justice as with mercy.
mid-12c., "the exercise of authority in vindication of right by assigning reward or punishment;" also "quality of being fair and just," from Old French justice "justice, legal rights, jurisdiction" (11c.), from Latin iustitia "righteousness, equity," from iustus "upright, just" (see just (adj.)). The Old French word had widespread senses, including "uprightness, equity, vindication of right, court of justice, judge." The word began to be used in English c.1200 as a title for a judicial officer. Meaning "right order, equity" is late 14c. Justice of the peace first attested early 14c. In the Mercian hymns, Latin iustitia is glossed by Old English rehtwisnisse. To do justice to (someone or something) "render fully and fairly showing due appreciation" is from 1670s.
A figure in painting and sculpture that symbolizes the impartiality of true justice. The figure of Justice usually appears as a blindfolded woman with a scale in one hand and a sword in the other.