Active Indicators Over Time
Current status of bill of rights and criminal justice indicators
weighted authoritarian value of active bill of rights and criminal justice indicators, over time
about this category
Thanks to the Bill of Rights and Criminal Justice System, our governing laws contain numerous provisions to ensure a fair and just society where equal treatment under the law is a requirement and the government respects those that live under its protection and jurisdiction.
There are 21 indicators for Bill of Rights and Criminal Justice System. Each indicator has a severity level on a scale of 1-5, with 1 being less severe and 5 being the most severe. We rate activity on each indicator along a scale of 1-10, with 1 being slightly active and 10 being fully active. Updates are made monthly.
The donut graph on the left shows how many indicators are currently active for Bill of Rights and Criminal Justice System. The bar graph on the right shows the “weighted authoritarian value” for Bill of Rights and Criminal Justice Systemat a given moment—that is, a value that reflects the active indicators multiplied by their severity ranking. You can see the status and severity of each indicator (along with relevant news articles) in the table below, as well as the 90-day trend: if the indicator has recently become active, there's a warning symbol, but if it has become inactive, there's a forward-pointing green arrow instead.