Justice does not always mean that a case should be tried. By the same token, justice does not always mean that every case should be settled without trial. One of our difficulties is that too often there is more interest in the expedient settlement of differences between litigants than in a judicial determination of rights according to principles of law.
S. Burns Weston, Appeasement of Tort Claimants, 6 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 58 (1957)