It’s time to change the criminal justice system … is a platitude that prosecutors and defense attorneys have heard for decades. But with the institution of new technologies, particularly in the data analytics space, are we finally beginning to see a criminal justice revolution?

A panel at last week’s CodeX FutureLaw Conference at Stanford Law School revealed that, while technology has not completely transformed the criminal justice system, it has opened up new avenues for finding justice that were previously closed to government officials. Most notably, these new technologies include new ways of collecting, organizing and interpreting data so that it helps law enforcement make correct, unbiased decisions.

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