Justice

Knowledge Identifier: $Justice

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Justice

concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law, natural law, religion, equity and fairnessadd

Category: Justice-Crime

Launched in 1976.

Countries: United States (24%), (19%), United Kingdom (11%)

Main connections: Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Supreme Court of Canada, Ministry of Security and Justice (Netherlands)

Linked to: Emory University, University of California, Los Angeles, Wiley-Blackwell, International Court of Justice

 

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1976

For example, Andrew von Hirsch, in his 1976 book Doing Justice, suggested that we have a moral obligation to punish greater crimes more than lesser ones add something


1980

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1981

Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim - In March 1981, serving as an "ad hoc" Judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, he refused to take a fresh oath, under the Provisional Constitutional Order promulgated by General Zia-ul-Haq along with Justice Dorab Patel and Chief Justice Sheikh Anwarul Haq


1982

Hussain Muhammad Ershad - Ershad came to power in a bloodless coup on 24 March 1982 and proclaimed himself Chief Martial Law Administrator , President Justice Sattar was replaced


1986

David Faulkner (civil servant) - JUSTICE - He has been a member of the United Nations Committee on Crime Prevention and Control and led the United Kingdom delegations to the United Nations Congress on Crime and Criminal Justice in 1986 and 1990


1987

Joseph A. Boyd, Jr. - Justice Boyd served 18 years on the Florida Supreme Court through 1987


1988

Supreme Court of Bangladesh - Former Chief Justice Mohammad Fazlul Karim withheld the oath taking of Justice Md. Ruhul Quddus as he was involved in the murder of Aaslam, a pro-Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh student of Rajshahi University, in 17 November 1988, when he was a leader of Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal , and Justice Mohammad Khosruzzaman was overtly involved in contempt of court in 30 November 2006


1993

William Goodhart, Baron Goodhart - He is the Chairman of JUSTICE, the UK section of the International Commission of Jurists, as well as serving as a Commissioner of the ICJ since 1993


1996

Corporation Bank - In 1996, Mr. Justice A.M.Ahmadi, the Chief Justice of India, visited the bank to deliver the 90th year commemorative lecture


1998

Hussain Muhammad Ershad - On Sunday, 1 March 1998, the Supreme Court of Bangladesh ruled that President Hussain Muhammad Ershad's original arrest in 1990 by the Caretaker Government led by Justice Shahabuddin Ahmed was illegal


2002

John Rawls - He was nevertheless able to complete a book titled "The Law of Peoples", the most complete statement of his views on international justice, and shortly before his death in November 2002 published "Justice As Fairness: A Restatement", a response to criticisms of "A Theory of Justice


2003

United States Department of Justice - In 2003, the Department of Justice created LifeAndLiberty


2004

Rocco Buttiglione - In 2004, José Manuel Barroso included him on his list of nominees for the European Commission, with a designated portfolio of Justice, Freedom and Security


2005

Teddy Sears - Episode Dated: 31 March 2005 as Blind Justice

 

Teddy Sears - Episode Dated: 1 April 2005 as Blind Justice


2007

William Goodhart, Baron Goodhart - He was the Chairman of JUSTICE, the UK section of the International Commission of Jurists, from 2007 to 2009 as well as serving as a Commissioner of the ICJ since 1993

 

Barrister - In Germany, no distinction is made and lawyers may plead at all courts with the exception of the civil branch of the Federal Court of Justice to which fewer than fifty lawyers are admitted as of 25 September 2007


2008

Studies at UCLA in 2008 have indicated that reactions to fairness are "wired" into the brain and that, "Fairness is activating the same part of the brain that responds to food in rats add something

 

Supreme Court of Canada - The government proposed an interview phase again in 2008, but a general election and minority parliament intervened with delays such that the Prime Minister recommended Justice Cromwell after consulting the Leader of Her Majesty's Official Opposition


2009

Torture - On 19 June 2009, the US government announced that it was delaying the scheduled release of declassified portions of a report by the CIA Inspector General that reportedly cast doubt on the effectiveness of the "enhanced interrogation" techniques employed by CIA interrogators, according to references to the report contained in several Bush-era Justice Department memos declassified in the Spring of 2009 by the US Justice Department

 

Judge - However, in an unprecedented move in October 2009, one of the judges of Madras HC, Justice K Chandru had banned lawyers from addressing his court as "My Lord" and "Your Lordship"


2011

Supreme Court of Bangladesh - Justice Abu Nayeem Mominur Rahman, an appellate division judge, first ever among these judges, resigned on May 12, 2011 due to supersession, as he was presumed to be the Chief Justice of Bangladesh on May 18, 2011


2012

Supreme Court of Canada - Since Justice Marie Deschamps' retirement on 7 August 2012, there have been three women on the court

 

Supreme Court of Bangladesh - Justice Mohammad Nizamul Huq resigned from the post of International Crimes Tribunal -1 chairman on December 11, 2012 amid controversy for holding Skype conversations with an expatriate Bangladeshi legal expert based in Belgium


2013

Supreme Court of Bangladesh - President of Bangladesh ordered for formation of a Supreme Judicial Council to investigate alleged misconduct of High Court judge Justice Mizanur Rahman Bhuiyan after he distributed copies of a February 17 The Daily Inqilab report, termed slain 2013 Shahbag protests activist and blogger Ahmed Rajib Haidar a "moortad" , among the justices of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh


2014

Peter Middlebrook - Since 2014 he has been involved with The Hague Institute for Global $ Justice Commission on Global Security, Justice and Governance, co-chaired by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Nigerian Foreign Minister Ibrahim Gambari, and Directed by Dr. Richard Ponzio


2015

Ministry of Security and Justice (Netherlands) - The Ministry was headed by the Minister of Security and Justice, Ard van der Steur from 25 March 2015 till 26 January 2017

 

Shirley Abrahamson - On April 29, 2015, the justices elected $ Justice Patience D. Roggensack as the new chief justice

 

Shirley Abrahamson - On May 15, 2015 the federal court denied Abrahamson's request for immediate reinstatement as Chief Justice


2016

Supreme Court of Bangladesh - Justice - Justice Jyotirmoy Narayan Deb Chowdhury died on 15 December 2016 from cancer


2017

Ministry of Security and Justice (Netherlands) - In 2017 the Ministry was renamed to "Ministry of Justice and Security"

 

Ministry of Security and Justice (Netherlands) - The Ministry is headed by the Minister of Justice and Security, Ferdinand Grapperhaus since 26 October 2017

 

Supreme Court of Bangladesh - Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha resigned on 11 November 2017 from Singapore while on a leave, and transiting from Australia to Canada

 

Supreme Court of Canada - On November 29, 2017, Prime Minister Trudeau announced that the federal government would appoint Sheilah Martin, currently a judge of the Alberta Court of Appeal, to the Supreme Court when Chief Justice McLachlin retires on December 15, 2017

 

Supreme Court of Canada - On December 12, 2017, Trudeau announced the appointment of Richard Wagner as the new Chief Justice of Canada, to replace McLachlin


2018

Barrister - In Germany, no distinction is made and lawyers may plead at all courts with the exception of the civil branch of the Federal Court of Justice to which fewer than fifty lawyers are admitted as of 10 August 2018