Ethical Decision-Making in the Court System: Creating Bias-Free Courts

Laura B. Myers, Sam Houston State University

This article is a qualitative analysis of ethical decision-making training for creating bias-free courts. The presentation of state-mandated training for court clerks, justices of the peace, and district judges is analyzed to present the intent of the state, the impact on participants, and the potential implications for creating bias-free courts.

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