The paper approaches an important concept for everything that the substantiation of law encompasses. The law represents more than a body of norms; beyond technicalities, there is the individual and the values governing their existence. Enforcing the law falls under the responsibility of various authorities; however, achieving justice is beyond systemic, grammatical, historical or logical interpretation. It is the feeling of observing the law in full force, of doing what is right, correct. The individual come into contact with everything institutionalization entails. After this interaction, do they still think they were fairly represented? That is the question we intend to find an answer to.