With a 90% reversal rate in the term ending last month the U.S. Ninth Circuit continues to be perceived as a whipping boy for SCOTUS. But at an 86% reversal rate, the U.S. Fifth Circuit wasn't far behind. What's going on here? Tony Mauro looks at what some describe as a testy history between the upper and lower court . . .
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