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Re: Pryor & Co.



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Byron, that’s absolutely correct. There simply is no way to know. Judges may decline to write a dissent from a denial en banc, even though they voted in favor of the petition to hear the case en banc, for any number of reasons. Perhaps they view it as futile, lacking in precedential value, etc. So the only folks who know how Bill Pryor — or others for that matter — voted are currently employed by the 11th Circuit.



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