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IS JUSTICE' FOR ALL' POSSIBLE

INTRODUCTION

The objective of this work is to answer the question of whether justice ***** possible for all individuals. The method used to examine this question will be one that is qualitative in nature and that is conducted through a review of literature of a peer-reviewed or academic nature. The ideal of 'justice f***** all' is ***** that has its roots ***** the American society and ***** establishment of America as a democracy and a society in which all individuals, regardless ***** their race, sex, ethnic origin, or religion are ***** on the receiving end of equitable or equal justice or fairness. However, the application of ***** ideal is a great deal more complex than the ideal appears upon initial consideration.

I. WORLD JUSTICE

In 1948 the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by ***** United Nations and was an initiative chaired ***** Ele*****or Roosevelt. This declaration was formulated with the intention of providing a definition of universal human rights ***** ***** promote observance of them" and as well focuses on equality and fair treatment. ***** declaration also affirms the rights of the individual to property, nationality, marriage and family, religion and thought, peaceable assembly, participation in government, social security, work, rest, healthy st*****ards of living, education, and cultural expression. Within the framework of this declaration are ***** rights ***** freedoms ***** all *****s to give and receive respect of one another and ***** own individual rights which are stated in the limitations ***** law that everyone is subject to.

II. JUSTICE FOR ALL ACT OF 2004

***** 2004 the 'Justice for All Act' or H.R.5107 was passed by both the Senate and the House. Th***** act has to do with ***** rights of those who are victims to crimes and their rights in terms ***** being protected from the accused.

*****. ***** IN THE COURTROOM

*****e Code of Judicial Conduct states "A judge shall per*****m judicial duties without bias or prejudice. A judge shall not, in ***** performance of judicial duties, by words or conduct manifest bias or *****, including but not limited to bias or prejudice based upon race, *****, religion, national *****, disability, age, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status, and shall not *****it staff, court officials and others subject to the *****'s direction and control to ***** so." [Canon 3(B)(5)] This ***** addresses justice in terms of how individuals are treated in ***** courtroom and clearly ***** that no prejudice should be shown against or in fav***** ***** an individual for the same personal factors as set out in the Universal ***** of Hum***** Rights. Reports that have exam*****ed the drug sentencing courts in the United States have ***** findings ***** overwhelmingly show that African American men are sentenced to prison for drug crimes far ***** often than are White ***** and the ***** holds true for ***** American women. The gap in ***** rate of ********** of African Americans as compared to White individuals. Another injustice that is often witnessed

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