The Steep Price of the System

For decades Oklahoma has funded its courts, law enforcement and public services on the backs of criminal defendants. This funding model creates numerous problems including underfunded crime prevention and victim’s services, police forced to waste time serving as debt collectors, and  fines and fees which function as a tax on low income families in Oklahoma. Using criminal court fines and […]

AI in CJR: What We’re Missing and Misusing

It is the 21st century; In this millennium we have seen tremendous technological innovation and progress. The invention of drones, social media, electric motors, smartphones, blockchain, and so many other things that would make today unrecognizable just 23 years ago. These technological innovations have improved our lives in many ways, but  what are the dangers when we forge on ahead, […]