Every decent person, in my opinion, would agree with you. There is nothing wrong with your morality. The problem comes into play in my opinion, when it comes to how fair and impartial you can manage to be in determining when something is actually fair and impartial. Those things are feeling based on unconscious assumptions acquired by each of us based on personal experience.Have a fair and impartial Investigation and if he is found Guilty in court he should go to jail.
For example, when I read @Greenman posting here, I don’t see a Trump supporter but a person who is so concerned about people being unjustly accused of bad behavior that he allows his fears that others are evilly motivated to prosecute people out of some irrational hatred of them that he becomes blind to situations where the evidence of wrongdoing is obvious to most people.
If I happen to enter a room where people are watching a sporting event, something I would avoid if I could, I instantly root for the losing side. I favor the underdog as a bleeding heart liberal.
I find you to bend over backwards assuming most people are not fair and impartial and so much so as to be biased to people when they are actually being fair.
Of course this is just my opinion.
Having a judicial temperament requires a mind that does not have excessive needs to see the world from any other point of view than objectively. This requires a will to see what is and not what one hopes to be true. This requires self awareness and practiced introspection, in my opinion, and is also not the mental condition of a large percentage of people.