· Think about the legal issue in the case you selected and how the court resolved the issue.
· Consider the process by which the case was resolved and the outcomes of the case.
· Consider how you would brief the case into its constituent parts: the facts, the legal issues in need of resolution, the court's decision or holding, the legal rationale, and questions or issues that are not yet resolved.
Give an analysis of the case you selected. In your analysis, be sure to include a brief summary of the facts; the legal issues in need of resolution; the court's decision or holding; the legal rationale; and unresolved questions or issues. Then explain whether you agree with the process by which the case was resolved and the outcomes of the case. Be specific.
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