British law puts the right to a fair trial above freedom to report in an effort to secure an unprejudiced jury.
But can it be compared—I appeal to all unprejudiced infants—with that first chapter of our Second Expedition?
These views cannot fail to commend themselves to any unprejudiced mind.
Therefore the testimony of a just and unprejudiced mind is always gratefully appreciated in Russia.
The opinion given is an unprejudiced one for which he alone is responsible.
Look at the matter as it presents itself to an unprejudiced mind.
If this matter ever comes to trial how can we pick an unprejudiced jury?
In this memorial he gives what seems to us, upon an unprejudiced comparison of testimony, the truest version of the affair.
But the existence of these ideas is patent to the unprejudiced reader.
The conclusion to which every unprejudiced person must come, on closing the volumes, is that Dr. Spring has lived in vain.