Understanding Supreme Court Opinions / Edition 5by T. R. Van Geel
Pub. Date: 07/13/2006
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Table of ContentsIntroduction.
1. The Supreme Court: Law Interpreter (or Law Maker), Policy Maker, Teacher.
2. The Constitution in a Nutshell.
3. Opinion Writing in the Supreme Court.
4. The Legal Materials Used in Building a Constitutional Opinion.
5. Tests, or Standards of Review.
7. Strategies of Justification.
8. Understanding a Supreme Court Opinion.
Table of Cases.
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