Gemlik for Justice is done when the same law is equally applied to all. As such, justice is often defined simply as impartiality. What each is due, first and foremost, is impartial treatment, which is to say, the consistent application of the same rules for everyone. Thus understood, justice requires that law be enforced without prejudice or favoritism. Courts of law are often adorned with the figure of a woman who holds in her hand a set of scales”the scales of justice. The woman is blindfolded to indicate that the law applies equally to all, regardless of class, race, color, or creed. Justice, it is implied, is impartial; it does not play favorites. Gemlik 2016.