Several sitting federal judges on Thursday called for the courts to become more diverse, testifying before Congress that having a more representative judiciary can help improve decision making and build up public trust in the courts.

During a House Judiciary subcommittee hearing on the topic of diversity within the judiciary, the judges, joined by other legal experts, described how having more minorities represented on the bench has impacted the judiciary in the past and could improve it in the future.

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