Taking note of
Monitoring and recording
Justice is essentially blind.
Few men actually receive the justice they deserve.
Compensation is a form of justice.
Returning a misdeed is not justice.
Most people do not have a clear idea of justice.
Present a character that most people are familiar with.
Provide an example for a previously mentioned argument.
Contrast the aforementioned example with an alternate point of view.
Include a common symbol of justice.
Create a tense and abrasive mood.
The pain of defeat can never be compromised.
Punishment cannot suffice to mend some trangressions.
Some people are simply evil.
Most punishments are not strong enough to deter people from future crimes.
It is difficult to assess what the correct punishment is for the crime.
Is a foolish endeavor
Results in a greater number of poor people.
Is an unfair action.
Cannot mend society's ills.
Represents a form of social justice.
He is unfair to the destitute man.
He has malicious intent.
He will not provide equal treatment to the man.
He cannot recognize the right of the destitute to beg
He does not desire to help the man.
Fairness is equal compense, while justice is not.
Fairness is just, and justice is fair.
Fairness is a human endeavor and justice is a metaphysical quest
Fairness involves achievable goals and justice does not.
Fairness regards parity while justice involves a remedy.
A boy finds ten dollars on the ground and returns it to the owner.
A church donates old clothes to the needy.
A patron of a bar pays back his tab (bill).
A soccer player is ejected while playing too roughly.
A mother nurses her child.
Justice is a difficult concept to define.
It is sometimes difficult to choose a just course of action.
Many people have flawed isea about justice.
Our criminal justice sytem provides true justice.
You cannot always return justice "in kind".
Providing welfare for citizens.
Requiring treatement for the criminally insane.
Forcing students to sign a pledge of academic honesty.
Creating a support network for victims of domestic violence.
Mandating the equal allottment of resources after a divorce.
The death penalty is inhumane.
It is always wrong to murder another human being, even in the form of social punishment.
The death penalty is the most effective form of justice available.
The death penalty is unfair because it affects certain socio-economic classes more than others.
The death penalty cannot provide solace for those affected by a murder.