Full Court

Definition of Full Court

In practice, a court en banc. A court duly organized with all the judges present. Court containing permissible complement of judges, as distinguished from a lesser quorum or panel. Textile Mills Securities Corporation v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 314 U.S. 326, 62 S.Ct. 272, 277, 86 L.Ed. 249. See En banc.

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