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Justice tech

Technology to improve judicial systems, including ameliorating injustices within the criminal justice system itself

A2J Author

A2J Author aims to improve access to justice for people who represent themselves. The service hosts simplified legal information and resources created by legal professionals.

cat-icon United States

Arizona Eviction Help

Arizona Eviction Help makes it easier for tenants to learn about eviction hearings, identify potential defenses to useand create court documents to use.

cat-icon Arizona, USA

Clear my record

Clear My Record is a free, non-profit service to help you dismiss or reduce old convictions on your criminal record.

cat-icon San Francisco, California, USA

Code for Australia Legal Aid Checker

Legal Aid Checker is an online triaging system, helping to determine if people are eligible to recieve services and help from Victoria Legal Aid.

cat-icon Victoria, Australia

Code for Australia Online Pleas

Over 60 percent of people that go to court for a minor offence are planning to and plead guilty. The tool enables guilty pleas to be lodged online prior to the scheduled court date for non-complex minor offences.

cat-icon Victoria, Australia

Copcast

Copcast is an open-source project that can turn any Android phone into a body-worn camera system for law enforcement, providing a more cost-effective and accessible solution for law enforcement officers around the world.

cat-icon Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Criminal Court Data Dashboard

Over the course of a year and several public information act requests, Texas Criminal Justice Coalition and January Advisors assembled over a million criminal court dispositions throughout Harris County.

cat-icon Harris County, TX, USA

CYRILLA (Collaborative Cyberrights Research Initiative and Localized Legal Almanac)

The CYRILLA Collaborative is a global initiative that seeks to map and analyze the impacts of legal frameworks in digital environments by aggregating, organizing, and visualizing distributed legal data through open research methodologies, data models, taxonomies, and databases.

Data for Justice Project

We hope the project will arm activists, advocates, journalists, policy makers, and elected officials with relevant, timely information about how government functions—so we can fix it when it doesn’t.

cat-icon Massachusetts, US