The passion for justice is something that runs from generation to generation. It is the writing that permeates the stick of rock that we call society. Even when it isn’t there, perhaps especially when it isn’t there, its absence makes its presence felt.
Today we take the right to a fair trial for granted. Magna Carta, the Bill of Rights, the European Convention. And yet, we are never closer to losing it, than when we assume it won for ever.