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Could you cite some specific examples? I'd be really curious to read some cases where the court ignored clearly-established precent.


I hate to be a bug, but do you have specific examples of "unprecedented judicial activism," where the MI Sct. "overrul[ed], ignor[ed] or distort[ed] prior precedent"?

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