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    Are there any time limitations imposed on Federal judges in a civil bench trial with respect to rendering an opinion? What happens if a case is not decided over a lengthy time period and the judge dies or becomes incapacitated?

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    "What happens if a case is not decided over a lengthy time period and the judge dies or becomes incapacitated?"

    A new judge is assigned his cases. Judges usually set a time as to when they'll give their decision.
    You mean we actually still have a functioning (key word functioning) Federal Court System that works? Hmm.....


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