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    Please help with the following problem.

    Analyzing case law is important for many reasons. Often times attorneys on either side of a case will cite the same statue as being supportive of both of their respective positions. This is usually a matter of interpretation. Discuss who you think should be involved in that interpretation.

    Should it be lawyers, the judge, the client, the jury? Why?

    And how will analyzing the other case law help in determining the ultimate interpretation of the statue in question?

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    Analyzing case law is important for many reasons. For example, often times, attorneys on either side of a case will cite the same statue as being supportive of both of their respective positions. This is usually a matter of interpretation. Discuss who you think should be involved in that interpretation,

    Judicial review is best done by those within higher positions of a law firm as they can appropriate ...

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    The following posting discusses case law. Concepts covered include the interpretation of laws.

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