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    Shepardizing the citation for each case

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    Can you help me with the Shepardizing the citation for each case listed below help with the questions that follow?

    566 A.2d 227:

    1. What is the parallel citation for this case (i.e., the same case printed elsewhere)? Please help me understand how you can tell

    2. How many cases give a positive treatment of the case, and how can you tell? Please help me understand how you can tell?

    29 N.W. 425:

    1. What is the parallel citation?

    2. What is the first case that followed the Baugh decision?

    639 N.E.2d 1003:

    1. Has this case been overruled? If so, give the citation. Please explain to me how you can tell.

    145 A.2d 482:

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    Below is my response to the Problem posted. I hope this will help you shepardize the cases in your assignment. If you have any specific questions, please feel free to send me a message. Good luck with your assignment.

    As you may already know, "shepardizing a case" means consulting Shepard's Citations (a citator) or other resources in the internet like LexisNexis or Westlaw to see if a case has been overturned, reaffirmed, questioned, or cited by later cases. Shepardizing lets the legal researcher know what cases have cited the case being ...

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