Posted: July 17th, 2021
Researchers studied thousands of court cases. For each case, they recorded the jury’s decision. In addition, they asked the judge in each case how he or she would have decided the same case if there were no jury. In 67% of the cases the jury voted to convict, in 83% of the cases the judge would have convicted, and in 19% of the cases only the judge would have convicted.
Let A be the event “jury convicts”.
Let B be the event “judge convicts”.
Complete the following table:
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