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Resource ID: #7469
Subject: Criminal Justice System
Source: Boston Globe
Date: 1990-09-27



Boston Globe uncovers laxity and favoritism in the Massachusetts judiciary; reporters monitored the work days of 53 judges, using computer analysis to measure the impact on half-day ethos on the quality of justice; finds judges give preferential treatment to politically connected lawyers.

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