Definitions for justifiably
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word justifiably
with good reason
"he is justifiably bitter"
in a justifiable manner; with justification
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Given the history of the state, it is unavoidable that the hanging of a black man in Mississippi justifiably engenders deeply raw emotions.
There's going to be anger and outrage and justifiably so, i think the indictment should come out to explain to the public that the authorities have done the right thing and the officer is charged.
Evidence suggests that he wasn't fleeing and was facing the officer, if that's true ... the officer has to explain six shots. He has to explain a reason for each of those six shots. He has to have justifiably been in fear of his life or fear of some imminent serious bodily harm.
The maxims are, first, that the individual is not accountable to society for his actions, in so far as these concern the interests of no person but himself. Advice, instruction, persuasion, and avoidance by other people if thought necessary by them for their own good, are the only measures by which society can justifiably express its dislike or disapprobation of his conduct. Secondly, that for such actions as are prejudicial to the interests of others, the individual is accountable, and may be subjected either to social or to legal punishment, if society is of opinion that the one or the other is requisite for its protection.
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