Wouldn't it be more 'accurate' (equal) if the judge, jury or whoever is taking the final decision in a legal case would never meet nor get any 'personal' information about the persons involved? Instead they would get a written statement saying something on lines of: Person 1 did this... Person 2 did this... Of course they would need to get enough information to make the right decision, but not enough to form racial/gender/age or any other bias, which is often the case is todays judicial systems. What do you think? Impractical or just downright impossible?