His role is to make impartial decisions for the family's benefit.
"In that case, having heard the presentation and being already familiar with the background of this case, it behooves me to render an impartial decision."
Right and left continue to debate the 2000 election because even the Supreme Court proved itself incapable of making an impartial decision.
The Commission as it is commonly referred to works semi-autonomously so that it can make impartial decisions regarding certification.
Appeals will take a fresh look at your case and make a fair and impartial decision.
Swami Saradananda was also known for his impartial decisions and hence was required to resolve conflicts.
But the judge refused to step down, saying he felt he could render a fair and impartial decision.
In 1979 the state reiterated its request, urging that a study be made before further construction rendered impossible "an impartial decision" to stop it.
White: Only the individual justice is capable of knowing if he or she is capable of rendering an impartial decision.
The monarch made clear that he thereafter would make his own impartial decisions free from the influence of others.