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arbiter
(n) a judge who decides a disputed issue
biased
(adj) prejudiced
exculpate
(v) to free from guilt or blame
impartial
(adj) not in favor of one side or the other; unbiased
incontrovertable
(adj) indisputable; not open to question
integrity
(n) trustworthiness; completeness
jurisprudence
(n) the philosophy or science of law
objectivity
(n) treating facts without influence from personal feelings or prejudices
penitent
(adj) expressing remorse for one's misdeeds
plausable
(adj) seemingly valid or acceptable; credible
substained
(adj) supported with proof or evidence; verified
vindicated
(adj) freed from blame