Definition of "bias"
  1. A partiality or prejudice in favor of or against a person or group, which may influence a decision in a lawsuit due to personal opinions, discriminatory attitudes, or personal or financial connections
How to use "bias" in a sentence
  1. The judge was accused of showing bias in favor of the corporation.
  2. Despite his personal bias, the lawyer maintained neutrality and made fair arguments.
  3. The bias of the jury was evident in their decision, ignoring the evidence presented by the defendant.

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