ABSTRACT. The nature of law itself precludes humane, individualized decisions: ideal law is based on the logical derivation and procedurally correct application of legal principles, devoid of subjectivity and emotion. The fact that people are less willing to trust poitical and legal authorities than in the past results in negative consequences. Procedural justice studies lack any way to evaluate the relationship between the subjective and the objective.




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