UPDATE: On August 17, the authors of this study withdrew their prior conclusions about federal judges after their methodology was criticized. A new version of the paper omits rankings of judges based on degrees of alleged bias but retains findings that were not linked to any individual.

Two senior federal judges in Philadelphia and one in New Jersey give Black and Hispanic defendants double the sentences they impose on white defendants, according to a new study.

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