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IS JUSTICE' FOR ALL' POSSIBLE

INTRODUCTION

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

I. WORLD JUSTICE

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

II. JUSTICE FOR ALL ACT OF 2004

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

III. JUSTICE IN THE COURTROOM

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

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