bring (one) to justice

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bring (one) to justice

To punish one for a crime committed. My lawyer is confident that we can bring the man who stole my money to justice. The court must bring this criminal to justice.
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bring someone to justice

Fig. to punish someone for a crime. The police officer swore she would not rest until she had brought the killer to justice. Years later, the rapist was found out and finally brought to justice.
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bring somebody to ˈjustice

arrest somebody for a crime and put them on trial in a court of law: It is his job to bring the murderer to justice.
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The statement also underlined the "need to hold perpetrators, organisers, financiers and sponsors of these reprehensible acts of terrorism accountable and bring them to justice.
It stressed in a statement today that it is a crime condemned in the strongest terms, and reveals the danger of these terrorists, noting that justice and security authorities will bring them to justice for punishment, adding that the people of the Kingdom stand united behind their leadership and with security men against terrorists.
The Deputy Speaker urged the law enforcing agencies to arrest the miscreants involved in this heinous act and bring them to justice.
The Speaker and Deputy Speaker asked the Law Enforcing Agencies to arrest the miscreants involved in these heinous acts and bring them to justice.
Mr Johnson said: "We united to defeat Daesh and now we must unite to bring them to justice.
BAGHDAD / Nina / The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi asked on Wednesday the Integrity Commission to raise the names of those who were accused in issues of stealing public money and trespassing on the property of the state and the people to prevent them from traveling and bring them to justice.
In this context, Hariri contacted Justice Minister, Ashraf Rifi, and Interior Minister, Nuhad el-Mashnouq, who briefed him on the outcome of underway investigations into the incident, reassuring him that "investigations will continue till the end to expose all those involved and bring them to justice.
He gave urged the Supreme Security Committee, the Attorney General and the Interior Minister to bring them to justice and to be punished according to the law.
But how can they help bring them to justice without telling the world that there is a talking hamster in their midst?
He added that the injured were taken to the hospital to receive medical treatment, noting that legal and security actions are being taken to arrest the perpetrators and bring them to justice.
Detective Superintendent Richard Baker said: "We currently have over 60 detectives from West Midlands Police CID along with a lot of our uniform colleagues working around the clock to catch the offenders responsible for this and bring them to justice.
Acting Detective Inspector Steve Walters, who investigated, said: "The three were clearly about to commit a crime of some description, but some really fast detective work allowed us not only to stop them but arrest them and bring them to justice.
There was no entry stamp to Tunisia on their passports and the Public Prosecutor decided to bring them to justice.
Summary: The faces of Britain's most wanted alleged doorstep criminals have been published in a bid to bring them to justice.
This is a case that clearly shows it is possible, even at this point, to identify perpetrators who bear responsibility for serious crimes and bring them to justice.