- It refers to the necessary impartiality and balance in a court proceeding to ensure due process is met
- It signifies a personal benchmark used to evaluate if a court proceeding has complied with due process
- The suspects in the case agitated for fundamental fairness to be upheld in the court proceedings.
- She argued that the lack of fundamental fairness in her trial violated her rights.
- The defense's main argument was a violation of fundamental fairness in the jury selection.