a fair hearing

a fair hearing

The chance to present one's argument or explanation about an alleged crime or wrongdoing, especially in a courtroom. All we ask is for a fair hearing—to present our evidence without prejudice by judge or jury. He'll get a fair hearing, but I really don't think he'll be found innocent—the evidence against him is too damning. Our organization works to ensure that everyone gets a fair hearing.
See also: fair, hearing
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a fair ˈhearing

the opportunity for somebody to give their point of view about something before deciding if they have done something wrong, often in a court of law: I’ll see that you get a fair hearing.
See also: fair, hearing
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