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The scales of justice¬†commonly appear in statues around courthouses, in legal offices, and in the context of court cases. They represent “weighing the evidence” and justice itself is the act of determining fairness. The statue is the Roman god of Justice, “Justitia”. She is also known as “Lady Justice”. Often she is depicted as blindfolded, meaning that justice is fair and unbiased. In her right hand she carries a sword facing downwards, which represents punishment. This statue of justice appears outside of a Frankfurt courthouse.

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