Ever since the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission started bringing more cases in front of administrative law judges, critics have called foul. The SEC has been winning most of the administrative proceedings, creating a sense among defendants that the in-house process denies them a fair hearing.

The SEC is now also enjoying a winning streak in the federal appeals courts, where challenges to the constitutionality of the in-house scheme are playing out.

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