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Unjust Justice

Summary: Examines the importance of justice to a system of government. Defines fair and equal treatment under the law. Argues three main examples in which justice becomes unjust.
Justice is in fact the most important system of our government. To some people justice is the punishment someone receives after being convicted of a crime; other people could think it means the difference between knowing right from wrong. In my opinion, along with dictionary.com, justice is best defined as the fair and equal treatment of people. This is not just used in the court of law however; my definition should be used in every aspect of human life, from work to school and beyond. But, for that to happen, I believe "fair and equal treatment" needs to be defined, and that means to treat people of any skin color, gender, age, sexual preference, or any other personal trait the same way.

So if justice in considered to be fair, that would make something unjust, unfair, right? What if an innocent person was proven guilty in a...

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