Judicial Interpretation Theory
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This paper explains the way judicial interpretation works in the American legal system and points out that, while jurists do not write law, they are responsible for interpreting it with the intention of achieving just and ethical results. The paper also points out that those interpretations are subject to the jurist's personal values and opinions, but that each jurist must still strive to interpret statutes so that they actually do justice and endeavor to change laws that are unjust in their present incarnation and application.
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