We know that the women of Walmart and their attorneys will keep fighting in this case to bring justice to as many as possible.
Even before King's horrific beating, I'd worked to raise awareness and bring justice to victims of exactly this sort of abuse.
We will bring justice to those who harm our citizens and our friends.
Desperate to bring justice to those hurting, Harris even goes so far as to offer transportation to people without means to attend.
What matter what happens to me if I could find what has become of my father and bring justice to the head of Shanty Moir?
He gave a gesture expressing recklessness, and added, "I myself will bring justice upon myself."
Your killings were necessary to bring justice to the places you visited.
Of the efforts to bring justice within the reach of the poor he was an impassioned advocate from the very first.
To bring justice and Beauty to pass on this earth in wisdom and fearlessness of Death—this is the new creed of the people!
The business of a good man in Dickens's time was to bring justice up to date.
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.
is rendering to every one that which is his due. It has been distinguished from equity in this respect, that while justice means merely the doing what positive law demands, equity means the doing of what is fair and right in every separate case.