PFJ

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PFJPrimed Finger Joint (molding)
PFJPatellofemoral Joint (kneecap)
PFJPeople's Front of Judea (Monty Python's movie Life of Brian)
PFJPeace Field Japan
PFJPhee Farrer Jones (media recruitment; UK)
PFJPrinciple of Fundamental Justice (law)
PFJPlay for Jesus
PFJPhotographers Federation of Japan
PFJPrayer for Judgment (legal)
PFJPierre Fabre Japon Co., Ltd. (Japan)
PFJPolar Frontal Jet
PFJPioneers for Jesus
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(28) The accused argued that the provisions violated the principle of fundamental justice against self-incrimination.
The right to a fair trial is a principle of fundamental justice in Canada.
Now the rule and measure of human acts is the reason, which is the first principle of human acts." (22) That is to say, a principle of fundamental justice is that law must be reasonable or rational.
Although there is no principle of fundamental justice that requires legislation to strike the right balance between individual and collective interests, the Court has said that some of the principles of fundamental justice reflect "a spectrum of interests [including] societal concerns." (57) The Court has also said that it is very difficult to justify infringements of section 7 under section 1 and has never done so (though it has never said that it would be impossible).
blameworthiness of young persons as a principle of fundamental justice
(48) On this view, Binnie J explained before rejecting the approach in R v Malmo-Levine; R v Caine that "achieving the right balance is itself an overarching principle of fundamental justice".
He then provided some instructive ideas about what constitutes a principle of fundamental justice since BC Motor Vehicle.
"The ongoing refusal of Canada to request Mr Khadr's repatriation to Canada offends a principle of fundamental justice and violates Mr Khadr's rights,'' Judge James O'Reilly said in a written judgment on Thursday in Toronto.
(50) Thus the Rodriguez case, while not declaring "protection of the vulnerable" a principle of fundamental justice, highlights the fundamental importance of this concept.
justices came up with five different interpretations of the principle of fundamental justice at issue.
Thus, such deprivation must only be exercised in accordance with the principle of fundamental justice. (44)
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