Nearly half of the financial reports federal appellate judges filed last year included redacted information, according to a review of the annual disclosures.

Of the 257 reports provided to The National Law Journal by the judiciary late last year and early this year, 112 included redactions. Several judges shielded the sources of thousands of dollars in outside income, travel reimbursements and gifts, the reports show.

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