Research  ·  Justice

		Decades of societal-scale corruption continue while leaders pretend the problem doesn't even exist.
		A morally bankrupt scheme of falsifying threats and attacks while framing foreign and extremist groups
		has been used to justify the suspension of law, disregard for civil liberties, the necessity of surveillance
		and the end of privacy. Meanwhile, networks of informal collaborators gather and share personal data,
		dominating broadcast media with messages of fear, insecurity and hostility, intimidating political and
		corporate leaders into silence, all while denying the existence of large-scale cooperation.

		This research group faces these giant challenges in the name of Justice.

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Justice Research Group
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			SCOTUS	Chief Justice's Year-End Reports on the Federal Judiciary
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			SCOTUS	2020 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary
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			SCOTUS  2019 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary
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			CNBC        What It's Like Being A Supreme Court Justice
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			Alliance for Health Policy        Health Care in the Courts: Supreme Court Ruling on the Affordable Care Act
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			The Federalist Society        Telehealth: The Regulatory Frontier
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			Institute for Justice        Yes, Big Tech is Censoring Speech: Now What?
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			GraphML.life	recidivism
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			University of Virginia School of Law        Michael Livermore
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			Georgetown Law        Center on National Security and the Law
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Wikipedia Code of Hammurabi launch ⇗ The British Museum Object: The Cyrus Cylinder launch ⇗