Joseph B. Kadane, Christopher Stone, and Garrick Wallstrom
This paper shows that if there are only two types of jury candidates, regularity obtains in the general DK model, in section 2. However, Section 3 displays multiple counterexamples to regularity (using three candidate types) in the special RKD model, thus limiting the generality of certain results proved there. Also, one of their results under the assumption of regularity is re-examined in Section 4, where it is shown by example that the advantage claimed by RKD to going first in the regular case is more constrained than it might appear. Finally, Section 5 shows by theorem that reversibility does hold in generality.