American Jurisprudence

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  1. Research a case of first impression where the court establishes precedent. Write a summary of the facts of the case and the new rule that the court sets forth. Explain which courts are obligated to follow the new rule.
  2. Research a subsequent case that uses the precedent you located in the first part of this Assignment. Write a summary of the facts of the case and how the court applies stare decisis . Be sure to cite to exactly where in the case the court discusses application of the rule established by the prior court.
  3. Research a case where the court refused precedent and overturned an established rule. Write a summary of the facts of the case and the court’s reasoning for refusing to apply stare decisis .

Instructions:

Length should be 3–4 pages excluding cover page and references page.

  • Double spaced and 12-point font
  • Viewpoint and purpose should be clearly established and sustained.
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