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Is there a policy on editing questions to clarify them after answers have already there been posted?

Change to question invalidates my answer, what to do? In general, that's not allowed - the OP of the question should not change his/her question in a way that invalidates existing answers See also: ...
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What to do about AI edits that are helpful?

Any improvement is welcome! Note that the current policy on GPT prohibits using it to generate answers.
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Is there a policy on editing questions to clarify them after answers have already there been posted?

Yes, there is a policy It is a general Stack Exchange policy, not specific to law. Editing questions to clarify or illustrate the problem are fine, but not if they invalidate already existing answers. ...
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Are you only able to have no more than 2 or 3 tag edits pending?

This isn't really an answer to the Q or a complaint, but I too was wondering about reasons for delays with my edit suggestions as I would like to improve more of the site's post, so to add to ...
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I would like to edit my answer to replace the example, in order respond to a critique in the comments

Don’t rewrite history The judicial example includes a mathematical error - that’s interesting, people have commented on it. It is not obviously distractive, indeed it is in itself illustrative of the ...
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