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105. The main parts of a case include title, citation, procedural history, judge,facts, judgment, and opinion. Explain what each of these parts includes as well as how reading cases in the text can help to better understand the law.ANSWER: The case title consists of the names of the parties in the case. The citation tells you where to fijudgments made by each court that has heard the case. The judge includes the name of the juthe facts of the case. The judgment is how the court disposed of the case. The opinion explainReading cases help you understand the principles and the elements of specific crimes and thinalso include concurrences and/or dissents. In concurring opinions, justices agree with the conhave different reasons for reaching the conclusion. Dissenting opinions present a plausible alt
REFERENCES: The Text-Case MethodLEARNING OBJECTIVES: CRLW.SAMA.17.01.07 – To understand the text-case method and how to apply it to the study KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand