The legal concept of stare decisis which means to stand
The legal concept of stare decisis, which means “to stand on decided cases,” is an important factor in our system of law. Is it possible that previous cases, or precedents, do not always embody the exact same issues, concepts, and present- day circumstances as the current case to which the earlier one is applied and by which the current one is judged? What would you suggest as an alternative to the use of precedents?
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