The Scales of Justice

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Tipping the Scales of Justice

She represented the morality of the justice system. Balance Scales : These represent impartiality and the obligation of the law through its representatives to weigh the evidence presented to the court. Each side of a legal case needs to be looked at and comparisons made as justice is done.

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Sword : This item symbolizes enforcement and respect, and means that justice stands by its decision and ruling, and is able to take action. The fact that the sword is unsheathed and very visible is a sign that justice is transparent and is not an implement of fear. A double-edged blade signifies that justice can rule against either of the parties once the evidence has been perused, and it is bound to enforce the ruling as well as protect or defend the innocent party.


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