If judges are biased there, are they biased here? The Indiana research

By Joel Miller (June 14, 2022, 12:26 PM EDT) -- Part one of this series (see below for link) referred to an Indiana study showing judges there had biases against uncounselled family litigants who saw their cases as having less merit than the cases of litigants with counsel; part one also referred to civil case outcomes in the Ontario superior court that appear to support that finding. Now we’ll look at the Indiana research in detail and in part three (see below for link) we’ll consider the degree to which the Indiana findings apply here. Spoiler alert: the answer is uncomfortable.  ...

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