I use a capital "J" because I believe the term represents one of those things which deserves as much respect as I can give it, since I generally hold to the principle that True Justice (with capital "T" and capital "J") is something that comes from the same 'forces' responsible for all of existence; whether we call that God (through various names), or Nature, or something else.
In my (humble) opinion, True Justice is really only possible in a society or culture that collectively agrees on its underlying fundamental principles, origins, and other bases.
Such a society/culture must also be capable of carrying out fair, equitable, impartial implementation of that collective agreement, for purposes of maintaining a manageable measure of 'peaceful-coexistence' among members of social and cultural groups.
These days, I perceive that Lady Justice might be weeping, because of some of the things she is aware of that do not represent what she has, for so very long, represented...and I think she is very sad, indeed.
Why should Lady Justice weep?