Can A Judge's Attitude Affect The Outcome of Your Court Case?

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Judges are expected to be impartial and yet every individual is a human being with feelings, beliefs, and experiences that share their attitudes. Judicial Candidate Krystal Rivers discusses how a judges perception can determine whether there is bias in the courtroom, particularly in family court situations. Do men stand a better or worse chance in family court with a woman judge? Can some judges still practice racial prejudice in their rulings? Can judges be sexist? How should voters question judges to determine their capacity for fairness?

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