Deliberation and Insight: Bloch v Frischholz and the “Chicago School” of Judicial Behavior
How often do appellate judges change their minds, and their votes? Once a case has been decided by a panel, the record is what it is, and it would not be surprising if meticulous and intellectually confident judges were rarely swayed in an en banc rehearing. But the question in general needs further study.
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