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One reason is general philosophical assumptions (best dealt with on Philosophy SE). Broadly speaking, classical Aristotelian principles have largely been replaced with Kantian thinking, and legal posi …
answered Jan 14 '17 by user6726
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This question has been studied extensively by Solan and other legal scholars (e.g. 78 Tex. L. Rev. 105). The essential explanation is that jurors tend to misunderstand the intent of the instructions, …
answered Jun 22 '15 by user6726
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I disagree with the end of the initial statement "The Judiciary generally holds the power to interpret the law based on the legislative intent" – they have the power to interpret the law, period, and …
answered Jul 5 '15 by user6726