equality before the law

NOUN
  1. the right to equal protection of the laws
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How To Use equality before the law In A Sentence

  • But the bottom line is that the foundations of secularism and equality before the law that Nehru laid have withstood the worst of onslaughts on them.
  • No, your Honour, the only errors of principle are, what does the principle of equality before the law mean when it comes to sentencing in specific cases and does it require the comparison of incommensurables, as it were?
  • It'sought to achieve legal security for everybody the principle of equality before the law.
  • One of the most important reforms mentioned in the rescript is the unification of the organization of the judicial institutions and the guarantee for all the tribunals of the independence necessary for securing to all classes of the community equality before the law. General.
  • Among these are the accessibility of the law, equality before the law, the right to a fair trial, the legal accountability of servants of the state and so on.
  • We will strengthen equality before the law and equality of opportunity for the majority of the population - women.
  • They claimed it was unconstitutional because it violated their rights of liberty, privacy, gender equality, security of the person and equality before the law.
  • This idea flew in the face of conventional American beliefs in equality before the law and individual self-reliance. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877
  • And, more evidently, formal equality before the law is limited.
  • Over unanimous Democratic opposition, Republicans passed the Fourteenth Amendment, which constitutionalized civil rights by guaranteeing due process and equality before the law for all.
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