If judges are biased there, are they biased here? Introduction

By Joel Miller (June 13, 2022, 12:31 PM EDT) -- Research in Indiana shows judges have a bias against family self-reps and believe their cases to have less merit than those of represented parties. Self-reps in Ontario’s superior court have a lopsided loss rate against represented parties, and 65 per cent of Canadian family judges surveyed reported that they “generally have worse outcomes as a result of lack of representation.” This seven-part series will ask if judges are biased in Indiana are they biased here? And does a party deserve to lose if they can’t afford a lawyer?...

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