​What is judicial self-restraint?

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What is judicial self-restraint? List at least three (3) types of judicial self-restraint and explain them in detail. Then, provide an example of each of the three (3) types.

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Judicial Restraint
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Judicial Restraint

Judicial restraint is a belief that judges should only use their power to declare laws
unconstitutional or strike the laws down when their a conflict between the laws and the
constitution. This theory of judicial interpretation encourages the judges to limit the use of their
power to ensure order. There are three ways that the judicial constraint can be perceived and one
of them is having the ‘law made me do it’ stance. The judges can rely on what is legal and

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