fair and impartial

fair and impartial

just and unbiased. (Usually referring to some aspect of the legal system, such as a jury, a hearing, or a judge.) Gary felt that he had not received a fair and impartial hearing. We demand that all of our judges be fair and impartial in every instance.
See also: and, fair
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The IGP assured them to investigate the case in fair and impartial manner to fulfill demands of justice.
Young voter Rafiul Islam and local observer Rameswar Barman said the RpCC polls were held peacefully in a free, fair and impartial manner and criticised BNP for smelling 'conspiracy' in the polls after huge defeat of its mayoral post candidate.
There will be a fair and impartial investigation on the recent Bulacan raids,' he said.
Amnesty urged the authorities to maintain checks and balances and preserve fair and impartial judiciary without any intervention.
Bar President- elect Greg Coleman also addressed the attendees, telling them the single most important element of the Bar's strategic plan "is to ensure that our judicial system--a coequal branch of government--is fair and impartial, adequately funded, and open to all.
ISLAMABAD -- Chief Election Commission Fakhruddin Ebrahim has said without establishing peace and maintaining law and order, holding free, fair and impartial elections are impossible.
ISLAMABAD -- Chief Commissioner, Islamabad, Jawad Paul said that holding of free, fair and impartial elections in Capital is the top priority of Islamabad Capital Territory Administration and the whole administration is impartial in this regard.
This is our responsibility to hold fair and impartial elections in the country," Chaudhry said.
My appeal to the BBC is to give those 25% of us who oppose the monarchy a fair proportion of broadcasting time to promote the republican cause and prove to us licence payers that the corporation is truly fair and impartial.
Some 34 international experts took part in the monitoring of the fifth census to verify the fair and impartial enumeration and post-enumeration of the population in accordance with international census standards.
This award recognizes "individuals and organizations dedicated to promoting increased public awareness of the need for a fair and impartial judiciary.
The plaintiffs moved to strike prospective juror 24, alleging that he demonstrated that he was not qualified to serve as a fair and impartial member of the jury because (1) he held opinions that were so fixed and definite that they would not be changed by evidence or the charge of the court and (2) he had a financial and working relationship with the defendant hospital.
Proposition 77 sets up a fair and impartial process that will create a panel of three retired judges to redraw the state's political lines in sane, politically neutral designs.
Judge LeRoy Millette said it ``has been clearly shown that such a change of venue is necessary to ensure a fair and impartial trial''.
The court also found that the hearing officer was not rendered insufficiently fair and impartial because he was the supervisor of the security staff who responded to the incident.