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date: 17 February 2020

(p. xxiii) List of Tables

(p. xxiii) List of Tables

  1. 1.1 Comparison of judicial voting by party of appointing president: Greater likelihood of Republican-appointed judge casting a conservative vote compared to Democratic-appointed judge, U.S. Courts of Appeals 11

  2. 1.2A Logit cofficients for the probability of a vote by Court of Appeals judge against a criminal defendant, non-consensual search and seizure cases, January 1, 1994–December 31, 2001 17

  3. 1.2B Comparison of voting across presidential cohorts: Probability that a judge will vote to uphold a search or seizure, non-consensual search and seizure cases, U.S. Courts of Appeals, January 1, 1994–December 31, 2001 18

  4. 1.3A Logit cofficients for the probability of a vote by Court of Appeals judge against a civil rights plaintiff, non-consensual cases, January 1, 1994–December 31, 2001 18

  5. 1.3B Comparison of voting across presidential cohorts, probability that a judge will vote for a minority in a race discrimination case, non-consensual race discrimination cases, U.S. Courts of Appeals, January 1, 1994–December 31, 2001 19

  6. 1.4A Logit cofficients for the probability of a vote by Court of Appeals judge against the federal government, non-consensual states’ rights cases, January 1, 1994–December 31, 2001 19

  7. 1.4B Comparison of voting across presidential cohorts: Probability that a judge will vote against the federal government, non-consensual state’s rights cases, U.S. Courts of Appeals, January 1, 1994–December 31, 2001 20

  8. 1.5 Predicted probabilities on confirmation outcomes and predicted median durations until confirmation, nominations to the U.S. Courts of Appeals, 1985–2004 22

  9. 4.1A Summary statistics when federal judges join the bench, U.S. District Court 72

  10. 4.1B Summary statistics when federal judges join the bench, U.S. Court of Appeals 73

  11. 4.2 Comparison across different judicial states 75

  12. 4.3 Legislation for pension qualification and senior status 77

  13. 4.4A Active service on federal judiciary, 1945–2014, U.S. District Court 79

  14. (p. xxiv) 4.4B Active service on federal judiciary, 1945–2014, U.S. Circuit Court 80

  15. 4.5 Factors influencing end of active status on federal judiciary, 1945–2014 83

  16. 4.6 When federal judges end active status after vesting in their pension, judges appointed 1945–2014 85

  17. 4.7A Summary statistics when federal judges completely depart the court, U.S. District Court 87

  18. 4.7B Summary statistics when federal judges completely depart the court, U.S. Circuit Court 88

  19. 4.8 Confirmation statistics––confirmed judges 94

  20. 4.9 2014 composition of the federal bench 96

  21. 7.1 2013 case management and workload statistics by circuit 160

  22. 26.1 A typology of the role of ideal points in judicial behavior 519

  23. 26.2 Differential case classification in the 1946–53 period 524

  24. 27.1 Citations to the Spaeth database 542