In the era of advancing technological inventions and developments artificial intelligence so far has paved its way or marked its presence in a very cognizant manner. In India, where upon approximately 20000 judges handling over 30 million cases is hindering the speedy process of administration of Justice. It leads to denial of Justice to poor and under trial prisoners. With the manifestation of artificial intelligence in the workspace of judicial administration, it would let the cat out of the bag and would make the judicial system even more smooth and efficient fetching less of the burden to the officials. Artificial Intelligence Judicial system is more efficient, cost-effective and objective, moreover the role of judicial artificial intelligence might play a significant role in dealing with cases and transactional work. But Artificial Intelligence has its own limits too, as it is just a machine, and we cannot completely rely on it. As Human intelligence has more ability to think out of box with their knowledge structure, application of mind and potential ability as compared to artificial intelligence which relies on the factual data, artifacts and algorithm. Bringing this technological change into limelight might serve as an impediment to the thinking ability of an individual as it would enhance more reliability over machines then our own psychological thinking skills. But, with both its pros and cons in consideration Artificial intelligence can serves as assistance in speeding up the judicial processes, maximising case handling efficiency and promoting Justice.