|Doig, Gavin on 10 Jan 2002 10:27:38 -0000|
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|RE: spoon-discuss: Re: Revision of 236|
> This is incorrect. If a judge (in a real live court, I mean) refuses to
> hear a case then by definition that refusal means the status quo is maintained.
> Likewise, if a court does not come to a decision -- e.g. a hung jury --
> again, the status quo is maintained.
This isn't real life, it's nomic. Establishing a precedent that we can't decide certain things would be useful.
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