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Oct 11, 2021

A steadfast rule of being a judge is remaining impartial to the case before you…. So why did over 100 judges break the law and take on cases where they had financial interests? Part of the problem could lie in that many (if not all) of these judges have a professional manage their investments leaving the judges ignorant of their involvement. It would be a huge undertaking for a new judge to come in and retry all these cases which would take up years of court time, but Jack Russo and Bernie Marren both agree that the losers of these cases want their fair trial. All this data is public but is just now coming to light thanks to the AI that is catching all the bits and pieces humans miss. Has data analytics created enough havoc for the federal judiciary or is this just a small part of a larger problem that goes up to the Supreme Court?