© D.L. Crumbley
A(n) is a device used by courts to have disputing parties to agree in advance of a trial to facts, evidence, etc.
A(n) brief is filed by a party not directly related to a lawsuit.
The doctrine states that a case once decided will control.
The appropriate court to bring a dispute is called .
is opinions of a judge which goes beyond the facts before the court and are not binding on future courts as precedent.
A higher court a lower court decision and sends it back for further consideration.
You file a writ of to ask the Supreme Court to hear your dispute.
refers to a decision of the full court.
A is a written statement of a witness under oath, often in a question/answer format.