Many of the characters in Angels in America wrestle with ideas of justice. Some seem to view it as a set of fixed laws, which they will pay for if they violate. Some base their sense of justice on the precepts of their religion. Still others create their own rules, basing their idea of justice on what they as individuals think is right and wrong. The play doesn't offer any easy answers on the nature of justice, but it definitely offers many varied and complex points of view. It even goes so far as to explore the idea that, ultimately, there's no such thing as justice at all.
Justice is presented in Angels in America not just as a legal term, but as a force that governs humanity in all its aspects.
Kushner creates well-rounded characters and in doing so makes it difficult for a reader to have completely negative or positive judgments about anyone in the play.