02.01.10 - 1. The majority of the class agreed with Frances...

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1. The majority of the class agreed with France’s approach to creating legal equality between same-sex and opposite sex couples. a. b. Answer: False; because 2. The best way to identify the key reasoning supporting a court’s ruling is by looking for the court’s statement of the legal question to be settled. 1. F; because of key reasoning in the court and when in court people sat it’s the dicta not a key reasoning 2. Answer: True; the legal term of discussion legal statement to find the key reason to find the conclusion. 3. False; equal protection jurisprudence how the formalism that 1. Most class thought equal protection was the best, the reasons that we 4. True 5. False; because European decision court human rights that refuses extend the right to same sex marriage in the same context 6. Fail, because there is no new scientific evidence showing that children raised by gay parents are not harmed a. Because the key reason is that France ambivalent on adopting 7. Roe v. Wade
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a. A. because that particular question substance due process , the question
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2010 for the course CRM/LAW 551234 taught by Professor Jesoem during the Spring '10 term at UC Irvine.

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02.01.10 - 1. The majority of the class agreed with Frances...

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