The standard of justice ought to be the same for any person - it is the application of that standard that changes. Theft is theft; but stealing a loaf of bread because you are hungry is not the same as stealing millions of dollars from pensioners via a pyramid scheme.
So the personal circumstances of each individual will be applicable in how justice is applied, but the standard for the commission of the crime is legislated and effectively fixed.
Women and men are different; neither is better or worse but they are simply different. This means that the personal circumstances in the application of justice will also be different and will often follow general characteristics typical of their race, sex or other human characteristics. Obviously generalizations are dangerous, but they are statistically existent.
Without making too many generalizations to support my conclusion, women and men are raised and live according to different societal expectations, making them inherently different.
The standard must always be the same; the application must always take personal circumstances into account.