This chapter advances some counter-arguments against the limited publication regime. There are four such arguments. First, limited publication reduces judicial accountability; second, it lessens judicial responsibility; third, limited publication fundamentally changes the manner in which our decisional law operates; and finally, the burden of limited publication falls most heavily on the poor and disfavored in our society.
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