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November 14, 2009

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Kendall Gray

Very interesting debate, especially in light of the discussion by their colleague, Judge Posner, on the different judicial paradigms in "How Judges Think."

Danon

Wow, this is an interesting insight to the precision with which a judge needs to look at all cases. It also sheds light on what a judge really does, his decision making is not simply right or wrong, they should be all compared to laws, past or present, with interpretation. Perception is scary sometimes. This was an interesting post.

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