case brief

| April 17, 2015

Order Details;

case is on: Berghuis v. Thompkins, 560 U.S. 379,
June 1,2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Style of Case

Case Citation

Year case decided

 

 

 

by

 

 

 

 

Your Name

CRIJ 1306: Court Systems & Practices

Date

 

 

 

 

for

 

 

 

 

Prof. Richard Becker

 

Type in Style of Case                             

 

Type in Case Cite

 

Type in Year Case was Decided

 

Character of Action:

 

 

Facts of the Case:

 

 

Issues:

  1. A)

 

 

Decision of the Court:

 

 

Opinion of the Court:

Issue A – ?.  Reason:

 

 

Concurring Opinion:

 

 

Concurring Opinion:

 

 

Dissent Opinion:

 

 

Dissent Opinion:

 

 

Rule of Law/Comments:

Rule of Law:

 

Comments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Style of Case

Case Citation

Year case decided

 

 

 

by

 

 

 

 

Your Name

CRIJ 1306: Court Systems & Practices

Date

 

 

 

 

for

 

 

 

 

Prof. Richard Becker

 

Type in Style of Case                             

 

Type in Case Cite

 

Type in Year Case was Decided

 

Character of Action:

Type in the character of action.

 

Facts of the Case:

Type in the facts of this case.

 

Issues:

  1. A) Write your issue here?

Answer to your issue here.  (Answer is always a Yes or No.)

 

  1. B) Write your issue here. (If a second or third one is needed)-(if not then delete all of this)

Again, type your answer to the issue.

 

Decision of the Court:

Was the immediate lower court’s decision affirmed, reversed, or reversed and remanded?

 

Opinion of the Court: By Justice ?

Issue A – Yes.  Reason:

Type in supportive reasoning here.

 

Issue B – Yes.  Reason:  (if needed, if not needed then delete)

Type in supportive reasoning here.

 

Concurring Opinion: By Justice ?

(If there is no concurring opinion then you are required to write in this header area the following information.)

There is no concurring opinion for this case.

 

Concurring Opinion:  By Justice ? ( if not then delete)

Only use this second “concurring opinion” header if there is more than one concurring opinion in the case.

If you only have one concurring opinion, then delete this second header.

If there is no concurring opinion at all for the case, then this header is not needed at all, just delete this second header.

 

Dissent Opinion:  By Justice ?

(If there is no dissent opinion then you are required to write in this header area the following information.)

There is no dissent opinion for this case.

 

 

 

Dissent Opinion:  By Justice ? (if needed, if not then delete)

Only use this second “dissent opinion” header if there is more than one concurring opinion in the case.

If you only have one dissent opinion, then delete this second header.

If there is no dissent opinion at all for the case, then this header is not needed at all, just delete this second header.

 

 

Rule of Law/Comments:

Rule of Law:

  • Start your rule of law here – Notice the two sub-headers. This is how it is supposed to look.  It is not uncommon to only have one rule of law.
  • Nor is it uncommon to have more than one rule of law.

 

Comments:

Again, start your comments here.  Explain why you agree or disagree with the decision of the appellate court that wrote this decision.

 

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