en banc

Definition of "en banc"
  1. A French term meaning all judges of an appeals court panel participating in a case, typically for significant issues or if requested by the parties involved
How to use "en banc" in a sentence
  1. The appeals court agreed to hear the case en banc due to its importance.
  2. The defendant's attorneys requested the case to be heard en banc.
  3. The en banc hearing was necessary to make a fair judgment on the significant issue.

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