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The judicial branch, at least at the appellate level, has the potential to be the most open to public scrutiny of the three branches of the federal government. Not only do appellate judges have a practice of explaining in writing the reasons for their rulings in opinions that are widely available and open to public scrutiny, but increasingly the legal briefs that the parties file on appeal and the audio or written transcript of appellate oral arguments are also freely available online.

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