How are justice systems affected by systemaccounting?


When someone performs a measurement, they seek the opinion of the physical universe. Therefore, to be a scientist means to recognize The Universe as The Judge, a relationship that shows great reward to one who treats their own opinions as humble statements (hypotheses). Aside from exercising a court's sovereignty, reproducing a matter to test its conclusion in the company of a human judge is necessary only when the public must rely on his or her judgement to compensate for incomplete information* and restore order. Systemaccounting supports an individual's right to privacy while strengthening the public's right to defend itself from risk. The public's ability to defend itself more effectively from those seeking to exploit the absence of proof is enabled through the adoption of a technology that balances the right to privacy with the responsibility of accountability.

A simple example of the gain in efficiency:

If someone is denied receipt of a good or service after they have paid for it, the plaintiff will file a report with their local police. Upon escalation of the report to the district attorney, a charge may be filed with a request for a search warrant from the local court. Should the search warrant be granted by the court, systemaccounting enables the U.S. Treasury to receive and service the order by supplying the court access to the relevant transaction information. Assuming the plaintiff's claim is verified upon completion of a hearing, and a judgement in favor of the plaintiff is secured, a writ will be issued to U.S. Treasury requiring the creation of a new transaction that, in plain view of the public, reverses the one under dispute.

As the measurability of transactions increase, the deniability and uncertainty once exploited to secure false outcomes made possible by errors in human judgement will decrease. The length of legal cases will be reduced from months to hours as the realms of science and law merge through the aid of technology, and upon recognition that scientific research and legal discovery are one in the same: a hypothesis, or claim, requires testing if mankind is to remain in the grace & favor of The Court.

*Note: The difference between a judge and a powerful executive is the time-domain in which they are called to exercise judgement.

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