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6 July, 11:25

The judicial philosophy of judicial Restraint

A: means that judges should always try to decide cases on the basis of original intent of those who wrote the constitution or enacted the statute

B: means that judges should always try to to decide cases on the basis precedent.

C: is most closely associated with former Chief Justice Rehnquist.

D: all of the above

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  1. 6 July, 11:57
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    Answer:A?

    Explanation:The philosophy behind the doctrine of judicial restraint is that there is broad separation of powers under the Constitution and the three organs of the State, the legislature, the executive, and the judiciary must respect each other and must not ordinarily encroach into each other's domain, otherwise the system cannot function properly.
  2. 6 July, 11:58
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    All of the above ...
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