June 10, 2021
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June 11, 2021

Jackson County judges try thousands of cases per year. In an overwhelming majority of the cases disposed, the verdict stands as rendered. However, some cases are appealed, and of those appealed, some of the cases are reversed. Jackie Chan of The Star Tribune conducted a study of cases handled by Jackson County judges over a three-year period. In the Excel file, Judges, linked at the bottom of the page, are the results for the 182,908 cases handled (disposed) by 40 judges in Common Pleas Court, Domestic Relations Court, and Municipal Court.
The purpose of the newspaper’s study was to evaluate the performance of the judges. The newspaper wanted to know which judges were doing a good job and which ones were making too many mistakes. You are to assist in the data analysis by using your knowledge of probability and conditional probability to help with the ranking of each of the judges, as well as each court.
Managerial Report Prepare a report (see below) with your ranking of the judges based on the probabilities and conditional probabilities, as well as the analysis of each court. Include the following seven (7) items in table format to support your ranking. Be sure to use five (5) decimal places for your probabilities in the table, as some of them will be quite small.
The probability of cases being appealed in each of the three different courts.
The probability of cases being reversed in each of the three different courts.
The probability of cases being reversed given an appeal in each of the three different courts.
The probability of a case being appealed for each judge.
The probability of a case being reversed for each judge.
The probability of reversal, given an appeal for each judge.
Rank the judges within each court for each of the probabilities in 4 – 6. In other words, only rank the judges in the Common Pleas court against the other judges in the Common Pleas court. perfrom the same analysis for the other two courts. Then, within each court, find the sum of the ranks and get an overall ranking for each judge. Evaluate and discuss the meaning of your results. Use tables, charts, graphs, or visual dashboards to support your findings.
Your report must contain the following:
A title page in APA style.
An introduction that summarizes the problem.
The body of the paper should answer the questions posed in the problem by communicating the results of your analysis. Include results of calculations, as well as charts and graphs, where appropriate.
A conclusion paragraph that addresses your findings and what you have determined from the data and your analysis.

Court
Judge
Disposed
Appealed
Reversed
P(Appeal)
Rank by P(A)
P(Reversal)
Rank by P(R)
P(R|A)
Rank by P(R|A)
Sum of Ranks
Overall Rank

Common Pleas
Peter Tom
3252
211
9

Angela M. Mazzarelli
4523
23
5

Richard T. Andrias
5231
61
8

David Friedman
3215
33
4

John W. Sweeny Jr.
3452
145
2

Rolando T. Acosta
3431
64
8

David B. Saxe
1236
46
3

Karla Moskowitz
3211
74
5

Dianne T. Renwick
1257
123
2

Leland G. DeGrasse
1537
53
7

Helen E. Freedman
1054
216
3

Rosalyn H. Richter
2176
36
22

Sallie Manzanet-Daniels
1567
43
31

Paul G. Feinman
2164
262
53

Judith J. Gische
2686
197
12

Darcel D. Clark
3953
175
25

Total

Domestic Relations
John A. Lahtinen
8362
43
3

Leslie E. Stein
6572
21
6

William E. McCarthy
9321
8
3

Edward O. Spain
6244
34
5

Total

Municipal
Elizabeth A. Garry
3542
31
6

John C. Egan Jr.
3285
23
34

Peter Tom
8757
38
7

Angela M. Mazzarelli
3463
7
3

Richard T. Andrias
7424
45
1

David Friedman
9345
32
3

John W. Sweeny Jr.
7533
84
5

Rolando T. Acosta
5764
43
7

David B. Saxe
5822
3
3

Karla Moskowitz
3631
7
5

Dianne T. Renwick
5645
5
0

Leland G. DeGrasse
6434
34
3

Helen E. Freedman
3453
8
2

Rosalyn H. Richter
3521
45
6

Sallie Manzanet-Daniels
6757
52
7

Paul G. Feinman
1273
4
3

Judith J. Gische
6753
9
1

Darcel D. Clark
9825
6
3

Luis A. Gonzalez
3421
12
2

Leslie E. Stein
2816
12
3

Total

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