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Sunday, March 22, 2009

Binding or Persausive Precedent?

I trust Wikipedia as an accurate source so the title of the post will take you to the Wikipedia definition of precedent if you're interested.

I am surprised that no one has yet pointed out that I have voiced a number of arguments based on non-binding precedent so I thought I'd save them the trouble and say "Yes, I know that". That begs the hypothetical question, say, if the Third Circuit has decided, on appeal, an issue a couple of times, why would I think the Tenth Circuit would follow a path 180 degreees opposed?

Hypothetically, of course.

Perhaps we'll test that theory someday.

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