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Thursday, March 16, 2006 

The Dubitante Opinion

Most of us legally inclined folks have heard of majority opinions, concurring opinions, and dissenting opinions. But do you know what a dubitante opinion is? This often overlooked category of court opinion is the topic of a short article by Marquette University Law School Professor (and ELS blogger) Jason Czarnezki. The article is only 8 pages (including footnotes), so it's a pretty quick read. Take a look.

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