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Definition

A phrase which is heard at a time when a public person has a brush with the legendary judiciary of India.

The person delivering this standard dialogue in reality is just crossing their fingers hoping for a judgement in their favor and does not really have any faith in the judiciary.

On the other hand the deliverer of the dialogue may have already done some setting with the mi lords and is confident of the verdict.

Usage

Amar Singh - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Bookanakere Siddalingappa Yeddyurappa - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Kanimozhi Karunanidhi - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Suresh Kalmadi - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Ramalinga Raju - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Paul Daniel Dinakaran Premkumar - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Gali Janardhana Reddy - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Yeduguri Sandinti Jaganmohan Reddy - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Abdul Karim Telgi - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Kisan Baburao Hazare - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Andimuthu Raja - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Lalu Prasad Yadav - I have full faith in the judiciary.

Added 2011-10-17 by Mildly Racist