Political science: What is "JUDICIAL RESTRAINT" and why it is necessary?

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What is "JUDICIAL RESTRAINT" and why it is necessary?

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Judicial restraint is an ideology within the courts in which judges often render their interpretive verdicts or decision based on previously rendered cases with similar attribute and factors. This is very much a necessity within the judicial system in terms of holding previous rendering, therefore, it restricts the judges prejudice and personal opinions when rendering their verdict and/or decisions.  hope this help

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