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What exactly is the meaning of a just society?

Attorney-at-law and Chair of the Sentencing Commission of Trinidad and Tobago Gregory Delzin sought to answer this question during a panel discussion organised by the Catholic Commission for Social Justice (CCSJ) on the theme Developing our capacity to build a just society.

Delzin said in his experience, justice is like beauty, in the eyes of the beholder. He told persons gathered at Tuesday’s (February 18) discussion that he has never met an unsuccessful person in litigation who felt they got justice. He however encountered prisoners who were found guilty, sentenced and felt they got justice.

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