If you were to walk into the Morris County Courthouse in Morristown, NJ, any time in the past 200 years, you would walk beneath her. And while you might not have noticed her, she saw you. The year was 1828, John Quincy Adams was President of the United States, the Morris County Courthouse was celebrating its first birthday and New York sculptor A.W. Jones created a statue of Lady Justice that would stand in the tympanum at the entrance to the Morris County courthouse for nearly 200 years. The 6-foot-tall, 300-pound sculpture made of cyprus wood was taken down by a crane in the spring of 2013 after her ravaged, bug-infested condition was discovered after Superstorm Sandy struck in October 2012, part of Justice's metal scales were found on the ground by the courthouse steps.The day before Independence Day 2017, Justice was taken out of storage at the courthouse on a hand-truck and driven off to an artist's studio in Uhlerstown, Pennsylvania for a six month makeover.