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49. The consequence of a plurality decision is that: a. The decision of the Circuit Court of Appeals is affirmed. b. The case is not decided, and will be reheard at a later date. c. The case is decided, but is not precedent for later cases. d. The case is decided and becomes precedent for later cases. e. The case is not decided, but the applicable legal reasoning becomes precedent for later cases. C [difficult p. 27] 50. A justice who agrees with the outcome in a case, but not with the reasoning used by the other justices, can issue which type of opinion? a. b. c. d. e. B 51. In a. b. c. d. e. C Agreeing opinion Concurring opinion Dissenting opinion Parallel opinion Adverse opinion most cases, following a decision by the Circuit Court of Appeals: The case cannot be appealed further. Either party has a right to have the Supreme Court review the merits of the case. Either party can request that the Supreme Court review the merits of the case, but the Supreme Court denies this request in most cases. Either party can request that the Supreme Court review the merits of the
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