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Law Enforcement. DIKE : Greek Goddess of Justice. DIKE (or Dicé) was the goddess of justice, fair judgements and the rights established by custom and law.

DIKE : Greek Goddess of Justice

She was also one of the Horai, goddesses of the seasons, and keepers of the gates of heaven. Her sisters were Eunomia (Good Order, Good Pastures) and Eirene (Peace, Spring). Like her siblings she probably also represented some aspect of the springtime growth. Dike was identified with Dikaiosyne (RIghteousness) and Astraia (the Contellation Virgo). Her opposite number was Adikia (Injustice). Themis, Dike, Justitia and Lady Justice. The modern image of justice is based on Greco-Roman mythology, but it's not a clear one-to-one correspondence.

Themis, Dike, Justitia and Lady Justice

U.S. courts argue against the placement of any version of the 10 Commandments in courtrooms because it might be a violation of the establishment of a (single) state religion, but the establishment clause is not the only problem with putting up the 10 commandments in federal buildings. Ma'at, Egyptian Goddess of Justice. Object type: Sculpture Formal Title: The Goddess Maat Creator: Unknown, ancient Egypt Date Created: 1300 B.C.

Ma'at, Egyptian Goddess of Justice

Origin: Tomb of Seti I, 19th Dynasty Current Location: Egyptian Museum in Florence, Italy. Images of Justice (The Goddess) Justice holding her scales and sword is a familiar image.

Images of Justice (The Goddess)

Remember that she is not blind, only wearing a blindfold. I use the version above on my homepage. But there are many different versions of the image of the Goddess of Justice that can be found on the internet, as listed in the links below. Themis, Goddess of Justice. Did You Know? 18 Legal Medical Marijuana States and DC. Welcome to the Access to Justice Author Community Board. Announcements Check out A2J Author's New YouTube Channel and Follow Us On Twitter.

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Judgepedia. Lifornia Courts - Judicial Council Approves Cost-Cutting in Court Construction. SAN FRANCISCO--The Judicial Council today endorsed a cost-cutting direction for court construction statewide, including the reassessment of 13 projects and further construction budget trimming on 24 projects.

lifornia Courts - Judicial Council Approves Cost-Cutting in Court Construction

The council approved recommendations from the Court Facilities Working Group that are expected to yield significant, long-term savings throughout the $5 billion program. “Today council’s action sets firm direction for continuing with much-needed court improvements in today’s demanding fiscal climate,” said Administrative Presiding Justice Brad R. Lifornia Courts - Law Day 2012. On May 1, students, academia, and representatives from the judicial branch gathered in San Francisco to commemorate Law Day with Chief Justice Tani G.

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