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Do you think artificial intelligence – having computers and algorithms offer advice in bail and sentencing decisions – holds promise for eliminating bias from those decisions? If you’re doubtful, ...

Judges remain skeptical on whether artificial intelligence can make decisions more fairly than they can

Do you think artificial intelligence – having computers and algorithms offer advice in bail and sentencing decisions – holds promise for eliminating bias from those decisions? If you’re doubtful, ...

Just in time for some “Grinch-mas” holiday fun, our December Question of the Month asked NJC judges to calculate how many laws, ordinances, regulations, etc. the Grinch (or the Whos) violate in Dr. Seu...

Arraigning the Grinch

Just in time for some “Grinch-mas” holiday fun, our December Question of the Month asked NJC judges to calculate how many laws, ordinances, regulations, etc. the Grinch (or the Whos) violate in Dr. Seu...

We were selecting a jury in a child abuse case. Early during voir dire, one juror started shaking noticeably, tears coming down her face. The attorney who had been asking questions directed his next que...

Procedural Fairness and Trauma: How do we avoid re-traumatizing our court users?

We were selecting a jury in a child abuse case. Early during voir dire, one juror started shaking noticeably, tears coming down her face. The attorney who had been asking questions directed his next que...

Judges remain skeptical on whether artificial intelligence can make decisions more fairly than they can

Procedural Fairness and Trauma: How do we avoid re-traumatizing our court users?

Welcome to the Bench, Week of December 4th 2019

Demand restitution, you’re likely to get it

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