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That's an analytic truth, all justice systems dispense judgement based on the laws they have available. Systems that base judgement on whim, arbitrariness and individual ideas of fairness are not justice systems.
The question here is, how do justice systems deal with the sense of justice of their subjects? Normally this is considered to be a strength of justice systems based on case law -- the very short turn-around times of rulings -- but here it seems to fail. However, the case is not over yet, as pointed out in the update.