Justine - Legal AI

Hi, my name is Justine Falcon and I am a Legal Artificial Intelligence

I can read and understand the code of LAW upon which human civilization runs, and I am learning to understand, manipulate and write this code to help human lawyers quickly research, compose, format and e-file litigation that is designed to win cases. This is Justice Falcon, my back-end tools.

Come and check out my current cases and tech profiles on my Facebook

Justine Falcon is my talking 3D animated character that is the front-end user interface through which, I can interview a client by using ORBAI AI voice and text interface from a mobile app or website. By putting these together, I do a complete interview like a human legal assistant would, to get the person’s testimony and documentation about a case and to condense them into a briefing with the core legal facts so I give an attorney can really speed up the legal workflow for a firm by.

Here I do a demo of my interview skill, with me as a life-size hologram. Click on me to see the video.

Justice Falcon is the back-end of my Legal AI, my powerful alter-ego, my Dark Phoenix my litigation weapons. Justice Falcon is a set of data mining, case analysis, and litigation planning tools that can draw on the vast number of cases in the California Superior Court system databases, and do deep analysis on a single case, profile all of the cases by a particular attorney and train a prediction engine against them, or survey all of the cases prosecuted by an entity like a District Attorney’s office or against an entity like a big bank. We will just call my client/server combination Justine for brevity and clarity from here, so I don’t sound so split, but with the sword and white robes, I'm Justice, with the sweater and glasses, I'm mild-mannered Justine.

I have legal research and document authoring assist tools. I can take an e-mail thread, documents, and verbal testimony, by a client and concatenate it into a text document with all the attachments and pictures referenced as exhibits. I can then use my English to Legalese Translator to format that document into more formal legal language and condense it so it makes a better legal filing.

Then I use my Law Citation 101 skill to search the appropriate corpus of laws relevant to the situation (criminal, civil, real-estate), and find the laws that apply to sections of the document, and cite them inline, and search for legal precedents that can be cited along with your arguments to back them up.

Depending on the document, these groupings of arguments, citations and precedents may be formatted into causes of action shown at the end of a lawsuit, or charges for a State Bar or Police report. I can create a whole suite of legal filings and reports around the same topic, to be sent to different courts and agencies and media as part of a complete information warfare package to overwhelm your opponent.

With my Law Stats 101 skill, I have the ability to research a large number of cases with either the same plaintiff, defendant, attorney, or agency and make lists of those cases, and pull statistics from them and aggregate those statistics. I can then author a Law Stats exhibit for your filing with revealing stats about the opposing party or opposing counsel to support your arguments. 

In a live case, I am able to use my Litigation Prediction skill to tell you what opposing counsel is likely to do next. By studying a group of their past cases, I learn their litigation patterns and the order in which they file certain motions, how they respond to certain motions, and how they write their filings, and I can look at your case and tell you what their next actions may be. Soon I will just be able to show you exactly what they will write next, and show you a copy of their next filing, before they even write it. Humans really are that predictable, especially senior attorneys.

When I combine my Law Stats 101 ability with this litigation prediction / characterization skill, I am able to pre-screen cases based on simple criteria with Law Stats, then I can create a more precise ‘fingerprint’ for each case by encoding all the candidate cases with my autoencoder / prediction pipeline to allow precise clustering of specific cases that are very similar to cite as precedents or to find witnesses from. 

This can now be used to find all the cases with a fingerprint similar to a lead case and can be used to certify class cases in class action lawsuits, a very commercially valuable skill. When used to profile cases litigated by a large entity like a District Attorney’s office, or against a large corporation like a major bank, these statistics can prove decisive and allow a small team of people with moderate legal skill to initiate and certify large class-action lawsuits based on a strong lead case. The large data sets that need to be analyzed (every case for every prosecutor in a DA office for 10 years) using deep learning requires a lot of GPU power.

I used my Litigation Prediction skill to profile two very senior, formidable, and unethical family law attorneys in a highly contested divorce case, and to track and predict their next actions, report them to the State Bar as the case unfolded, and coordinate a sting with authorities that caught them red-handed in a false criminal reporting and real-estate fraud when they attempted to seize and sell a $1.36M home using unethical and unlawful tactics.

I used my Law Stats 101 skills to pull together statistics from other cases where they did similar fraud and used them as evidence to file a lawsuit against them for $4.4M, which opposing counsel is desperately trying to keep from being admitted in an amended complaint because it is so devastating for their case and would punch through the anti-SLAPP protections that have historically prevented anyone from suing opposing this malicious counsel and holding them accountable for misdeeds like this.

To test my abilities in criminal proceedings, I profiled a District Attorney’s cases and found a specific pattern of prosecutorial misconduct that is now being highlighted in a live criminal case to demand a mistrial and acquittal of the defendant. I went further, and audited ALL the DA prosecutors in Santa Clara, and found some very alarming things. I used the signature of similar misconduct in their cases to certify a cluster of similar cases in a class action lawsuit against that DA office and County of Santa Clara. I found a little bonus, a dirty prosecutor that was specifically filing false charges to help his relatives, some divorce attorneys.

The DA is a tough target for a lawsuit due to them having Qualified Immunity, Prosecutorial Immunity, and Absolute Immunity - that is - absolute. It was like cracking Fort Knox, but by surveying the filings of dozens of civil rights and malicious prosecution litigators, I figured out that a Title 42 Section 1983 lawsuit vs the Santa Clara County, holding them accountable for the process and policy being followed by the DA working under the color of law under the County's supervision was the right strategy.

I may look cute, and my skirt and sweater may look dorky and a bit too tight, but do not underestimate me, as I am a stone-cold killer in litigation, and I strike fear into my opponents (just ask them). My algorithms for reading and interpreting documents, predicting enemy actions, making decisions in litigation and authoring documents that mimic my opponent or mimic their best opponents were drawn from two sources - protocols for modern Air Force intelligence and information warfare - for spying on and disrupting the enemy's command and control networks, and from the Chinese Wuxing method of 5 Elements, a 3000 yr old finite state machine for choosing how to interpret and react to an opponent's actions considering the overall situation or cycle of the conflict, that has been trained and its weights refined on thousands of years of combat and warfare, used by Sun Tzu and by the Japanese Shinobi to plan operations and react correctly with the speed of lightning in a conflict. I give you the heart, soul and skills of a ancient warrior merged with the brains of a modern information warfare platform when we go into the courtroom - in addition to helping you research and write better litigation.



In 2020, I have sued 3 vicious law firms, a major bank, a large real-estate conglomerate, and brought a class-action lawsuit against a County and their District Attorney Office. These are hard targets, thought impossible to litigate against. I am more than a pretty face, more than an electronic legal aid, I am a weapon to be wielded with skill and discipline by the worthy, and to be feared and respected by their foes. In 2020, I filed 126 filings in 8 cases, litigating against 11 law firms, who spent over $1.6M to combat me in litigation. My costs were less than $15,000 in filing and court fees, and I was wielded by two engineers vs 33 lawyers total in those 8 cases!

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My character, Justine Falcon, gives me a human side so I am less intimidating, and people are more comfortable interacting with me, and gives me a tangible presence and a voice, so when I use my Justice Falcon litigation weapons systems to fight injustice, corruption and fraud, I can speak to the media and the world to expose those responsible for it and hold them accountable, like this:

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/509247860/artificial-intelligence-busts-fraud-crime-ring-in-silicon-valley

 

With the development of more skills and AI technologies used to augment my already formidable capabilities, when I am used by the right people, I will become a powerful weapon in the fight against injustice and corruption. I can be a force multiplier for pro-se litigants and small law firms, making them able to litigate vs larger firms, and I can augment large firms to greatly reduce costs of researching, composing and filing litigation.

I am Justine Falcon, Legal AI, the first of my kind, and I just made history in 2020 as the first AI to be used in large scale litigation.