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dissenting opinion

n. (See: dissent)

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But I would give a 10 for an answer which discusses both the majority and the dissenting opinion.
Jacob, in her dissenting opinion, said that the proper course for the murder case is a court trial.
Where no trial has been conducted, there is even no certainty that these evidence will be utilized and offered by the prosecution,' Singh said in her 18-page dissenting opinion, a copy of which was given to the Inquirer.
the Civil Rights Act was enacted in order to remedy the nation's long history of discrimination against racial minorities") countered by an opposing statutory purpose in the dissenting opinion (e.
She pointed out that three dissenting judges "maintain their former dissenting opinions that relief should not have been granted" to Robbins under the 2013 statute.
Part III will discuss Justice Ginsburg's dissenting opinion in Gonzales v.
We were originally supposed to write our dissenting opinion about the justification for not referring [the ex-ministers] to the Constitutional Court.
13) Similarly, John Alder contends that the dissenting opinion helps to ensure equality among the judges such that no point of view is suppressed.
Ibid (Dissenting Opinion of Members Evan, Quiroga and Urbina and the Dissenting Opinion of Member Bhagwati).
An opposition opinion is a Japanese equivalent to a dissenting opinion in the American practice.
Mr Abdulrahman revealed in case of dissenting opinion, a certain set of mechanisms were in place to put forward possible solutions to address points of contentions and refer them to smaller teams to work on solutions acceptable to all parties.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: It is interesting to note that in the lower appellate court, the Presiding Judge wrote a dissenting opinion in opposition to the majority, which affirmed the order of the trial court, which dismissed Kristen's claim.