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Unformatted text preview: Dweck 1 Abraham Dweck Professor Swanson EN102/ Essay 2 30 March 2009 Justice: Does it ever prevail? One of the more complex definitions in the dictionary belongs to the word justice. In its simplest form it means to be just or fair, however each person has their own meaning of what fair is in this world. In A Time to Kill by Schumacher, Jake’s former law professor tells him that justice will prevail whether he wins or loses the case (Schumacher 1996). The real question is does justice ever prevail? Does killing Carl Lee for taking out his revenge on the two boys constitute justice or does setting him free due to circumstantial evidence, justice? In A Time to Kill , whichever way the pendulum swings, justice will prevail. If it swings in favor of Carl Lee, and he is prove innocent, then it means that instead of looking at the color of his skin, he is judged like the rest of the men in the courtroom. On the other hand, if he is proven guilty then justice prevails since he is a murderer who took...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2009 for the course IT 100 taught by Professor Pap during the Spring '09 term at Monmouth University-West Long Branch.
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