America's first female Supreme Court justice unveiled a video-game project on June 4 to teach children how courts work, saying she wanted to counter partisan criticism that judges are "godless" activists, Reuters reports. Sandra Day O'Connor, 78, who served as U.S. Supreme Court justice from 1981 until her retirement in 2006, said she never imagined she would be asked to address a conference about digital gaming. She said she got involved with developing the project, called "Our Courts," out of concern over public ignorance about the judiciary and partisan attacks on what should be an independent institution.

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