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Arrest someone for a crime and ensure that they are tried in court:‘everything will be done to bring those responsible to justice’
- ‘And I can't see any way that I will be brought to justice for these crimes.’
- ‘If, indeed, the perpetrators of last week's attacks are part of a global network, it will require a coordinated international law enforcement effort to bring them to justice.’
- ‘The general public therefore has no role to play in tracking down these people and bringing them to justice.’
- ‘No one was ever been arrested for the crime and the manhunt continues to bring them to justice.’
- ‘If many terrorists are involved - as now appears the case - it is difficult to conceive of a more appropriate procedure to bring them to justice.’
- ‘These fraudsters are taking advantage of innocent people's generosity but with your help we can ensure they are brought to justice.’
- ‘I have directed the full resources of our intelligence and law enforcement communities to find those responsible and to bring them to justice.’
- ‘It is impossible to sue the true perpetrators and bring them to justice.’
- ‘But I think we have shown that we have the capacity to reach a long way to find the perpetrators of this crime and to bring them to justice and call them to account.’
- ‘We will do anything we can to identify this man and hopefully ensure he is brought to justice.’
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