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Current criminal justice reform efforts are risk-obsessed. Actuarial risk assessment tools, which claim to predict the risk that an individual will commit, or be arrested for, criminal activity, dominate discussions about how to reform policing, bail and corrections decisions. And recently, risk-based reforms have entered a...