Tonight, a three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit ruled in favor of DOJ in its quest to resume use of classified materials recovered from Mar-a-Lago. Judge Robin Rosenbaum, a 2014 Obama appointee from Florida, was joined on the panel by Trump appointees Britt Grant from Georgia and Andrew Brasher from Alabama. This was a per curiam opinion, which means the panel judges voted unanimously for this outcome, but didn’t identify who authored the opinion. This is a fairly routine practice, that I read absolutely nothing into. The 11th Circuit also excused the government from any obligation to submit classified materials to the special master for review.