with justice

See: fairly
References in classic literature ?
Do we suppose that principle, whatever it may be in man, which has to do with justice and injustice, to be inferior to the body?
Justice Leitch also agreed with Justice Schnall's refusal to exclude evidence that was collected by the police and authorities through videotaping the children without parental consent.
The second deals with justice, which I will define broadly as increasing peace, creating equality, alleviating suffering and encouraging freedom.
13) In Renaissance treatments particular justice is sometimes conflated with justice as a whole, and iustitia distributiva and iustitia commutativa are cited as the two species of justice.
Justice White opined that Bacchus should be applied retroactively even if it was wrongly decided on that issue, but disagreed with Justice Souter's disclaimer of the propriety of pure prospectivity (discussed below), presumably because he was not inclined to overrule the Court's prior holdings recognizing that principle.
Todd Vecchio, Global's President, commented: "Our partnership with Justice FCU is a perfect example of how Global's best-of-breed approach and outstanding customer service can help bandwidth intensive businesses.
Now, with Justice Internet, ISPs can leverage their modem banks and dedicated Internet access to provide their customers the ability to call over the Internet.
Both with justices past and with at least two present members of the Court--I don't want to use names--there is every indication that they so enjoy the social stature of being a justice that they are loathe to give up the position when the minimal job performance demands can either be met rather easily or handed off.
Rehnquist along with Justices Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia--have signaled a desire to reverse course in this area.