Software results in mistaken arrests, jail time? No fix needed, says judge
Enlarge / René Davidson Courthouse, part of the Alameda County Superior Court in Oakland, California, as seen in 2013.rocor reader comments 15 Share this story Further ReadingInadequate court software still gets people wrongly arrested, lawyers sayOAKLAND, Calif.—A local judge has ruled against the Alameda County Public Defender’s demands to revise,...
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