Categories of judicial precedent.

Categories of Judicial precedent

  • Declaratory precedent:

A judge applies to the facts of one particular case a legal rule previously enunciated in an earlier trial. The decision declares existing law.

  • Original precedent:

In a case unlike any similar case the judge makes his own mind what the common law is

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