The 13 federal Courts of Appeals don’t receive half the media attention as their more glamorous superior, the U.S. Supreme Court. But for the vast majority of litigants, the appellate courts are more important. Indeed, for roughly 99 percent of federal cases, they are the courts of last resort.
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