Bring you to justice - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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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.
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.
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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ONE of the West Midlands top cops last night warned armed criminals: We WILL bring you to justice
Insp Jackson added: "My message to Christmas criminals is to think twice before committing crime in the Stockton area because we will bring you to justice
The police will trace you and bring you to justice
We will find you and we will use the full force of the law to bring you to justice
Operation Nemesis carries a simple message to drug offenders: we are not going away and we will bring you to justice