Essay heading: An Analysis Of Legal Reasoning
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November 24, 2007
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Legal reasoning tends to focus on past decisions as a paradigm for future decisions, as well as focusing on legislative intent.
Let us briefly look at legislative intent. It is easily understood as posited in the article by C. Gordon Post that, "There are two chief sources of law: statutes and precedents" (p...
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Gordon Post that, "There are two chief sources of law: statutes and precedents" (p.81). Statutes come from our legislative branch of elected representatives, as outlined above. Precedents come from our court system in juxtaposition with many administrative bodies involved in the Executive branch. Precedent is essentially a derivation of a statute...
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