Stare decisis is the doctrine of precedent – that a court should rule the way a previous court did – even when the judges of the second court disagree with the earlier. Is there a way to apply this doctrine without putting the precedent at a higher standing than the Constitution itself?
Path to Liberty: September 21, 2020
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