Is the king's definition of justice fair or not?

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One could argue that the semi-barbaric king's system of administering justice is completely unfair. The text states that a subject "accused of a crime of sufficient importance to interest the king" is given an appointed day at the arena, where his fate is randomly determined.

The fact that the person is accused of a crime and not convicted is significant evidence...

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