The Judge selected was Tim Ricketts. He failed to deliver in the requisite amount of time, so Gordon Aickin became the replacement. He wrote, after heavy subediting:
I choose a different option.
An appeal is an attempt to overturn the decision made in a particular Judgement. It is not a judgement on the legality of a Judgement. It is just suggesting that the Judge chose the wrong option.
But the text of A(31) states that "It is illegal for a judge to produce two judgements", so this outlaws all judgements where two judgements were given.
I hope that the banker will be applying fines to the judges of J(30), J(31) and J(32) for failing to produce a legal Judgement in time, and I believe that the Recorder needs to choose new judges for these statements so that they actually get judged.