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Society, Law, & Politics - Justice

Master English proverbs regarding justice, like "first come, first served" and "when thieves fall out, honest men come by their own".

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Society, Law, & Politics
justice is blind
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used to imply that justice should be impartial and unbiased, and not influenced by any external factors
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first come, first served
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used to say that people will be served or helped in the order that they arrive or make their requests
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mills of the gods grind slowly, but they grind (exceedingly) fine
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used to imply that the process of justice or fairness may be gradual but ultimately inevitable
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no one should be (the) judge in his own cause
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used to suggest that a person cannot make an unbiased decision about a matter in which they are directly involved
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what goes around, comes (back) around
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used to suggest that if a person does good deeds, they will receive good things in return, and if they do bad deeds, they will face negative consequences
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what is good for the goose is (also) good for the gander
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used to emphasize that equal treatment and fairness should be applied to everyone, without any discrimination or preferential treatment
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when thieves fall out, honest men come by their own
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used to suggest that the conflict or disagreement between two untrustworthy people can create an opportunity for honest people to benefit from their downfall
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