Justice is typically defined as the act of being righteous, which can also be substituted with fairness, equality, and honor. Justice is essential in guaranteeing that society operates smoothly and efficiently, which means that everyone will be treated fairly and with an unbiased opinion.
Legal and non-legal rules are rules that people must follow. The difference between the two is that Legal rules (laws) apply to all individuals of society. It is common for laws to differ from country to country (An example of this is America allows individuals to purchase and use guns without a license whereas Australia doesn’t).
Non-legal rules are rules put in place by private groups such as schools, sporting clubs, churches etc., they only apply to those of that group. School rules are set and enforced by principles, coordinators and teachers. Although breaking the rules the school has set won’t put the student in jail or give them a criminal record, they might receive detentions, suspensions and in more serious cases, an expulsion. Consequences are made for those who disobey the rules. The consequences for breaking a non-legal rule are far less severe opposed to the sanctions if legal rules were broken.
Individuals make legal rules (laws) with the power of parliaments, secondary authorities, local councils and courts. The police forces are responsible for enforcing laws within their own states (including cities within the states).
Laws and rules make things fair for all groups of people. They are not different or special for any one group. It does not matter what race, religion, age, or sex the individual is, nor how much money they make. Laws protect everyone. Local laws are made for the good of all of the people in the community. Australia’s laws protect the citizens of Australia and the people who are visiting Australia. Local and state laws must agree with each other.
Sanctions (punishments) are produced to prevent society from crumbling. If an Australian...