Thanks to the digitalization of Civil Legal Processes that has been carried out in Italy since 2005, a consistent fow of data has been generated regarding all phases of Civil Trials. The Italian Ministry of Justice has recognized the opportunity to better assess the quality of Courts’ management, seeking ways to implement Decision Support Systems to aid the work of Court Presidents. In collaboration with the Court of Livorno, which has provided data and case studies, KPIs and indicators have been developed, and have been later used within an Agent-based simulation framework to assess the behaviour of Chancellors and Judges in response to Court Presidents’ decisions, and in particular to verify the efects of such decision on Processes’ duration. This paper presents the Agent-based simulation approaches adopted to predict the efects of Presidents’ decisions, by taking in consideration the behaviour of Chancellors and Judges, derived from the examination of past Trials, whose aspects have been recorded by the Court’s digital system

Multi agents simulation of justice trials to support control management and reduction of civil trials duration

Di Martino, Beniamino;Esposito, Antonio;
2021

Abstract

Thanks to the digitalization of Civil Legal Processes that has been carried out in Italy since 2005, a consistent fow of data has been generated regarding all phases of Civil Trials. The Italian Ministry of Justice has recognized the opportunity to better assess the quality of Courts’ management, seeking ways to implement Decision Support Systems to aid the work of Court Presidents. In collaboration with the Court of Livorno, which has provided data and case studies, KPIs and indicators have been developed, and have been later used within an Agent-based simulation framework to assess the behaviour of Chancellors and Judges in response to Court Presidents’ decisions, and in particular to verify the efects of such decision on Processes’ duration. This paper presents the Agent-based simulation approaches adopted to predict the efects of Presidents’ decisions, by taking in consideration the behaviour of Chancellors and Judges, derived from the examination of past Trials, whose aspects have been recorded by the Court’s digital system
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