Former Judge Roy Pearson has lost his bid to have his appeal heard by the entire bank (“en banc”) panel of appelate judges. All 6 of the other judges on the panel refused to hear the case which the other 3 judges unanimously denied. Pearson’s only recourse is to appeal to the US Supreme Court.
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