It was plain to ear and eye that the witness was guileless and impartial.
But this study will come later, at leisure, when all the tragic topsy-turvydom of to-day is farther behind us, so that it’s possible to examine it with more insight and more impartiality than I can do.
I will not touch on it either, but will only venture to observe that if a lofty and high-principled person, such as that highly respected young lady unquestionably is, if such a person, I say, allows herself suddenly in court to contradict her first statement, with the obvious motive of ruining the prisoner, it is clear that this evidence has been given not impartially, not coolly.
"Be impartial, don’t be influenced by the eloquence of the defense, but yet weigh the arguments.
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An impartial judge is necessary for a fair trial.
Some studies require the impartial eye of a scientist.