At first I thought that the court put private financial data in that section, and publish all the legal analysis. But no, it turns out that the one section excluded was a decision on a relatively minor issue involving attorney fees.
That section will not be published because of this sentence:
Although the court at one point credited the $6,500 payment against the $20,000 order, it appears to have been a mistake.What happened was that Judge Kelly credited me with paying $6,500 in attorney fees, but Comm. Joseph said that I had to pay the money again anyway. The only way the appellate court could justify making me pay the fees again was to assume that Judge Kelly made a mistake. So I guess that the appellate court did not want the public record to show that Judge Kelly made a mistake.
I contended that Judge Kelly did not make a mistake, and Judge Kelly never admitted to making a mistake. I think that it is really slimy that Comm. Joseph and the three appellate judges want to make me pay $6,500 based on some theory that Judge Kelly made a mistake, but they aren't willing to go on the record saying that he made a mistake.