Concurring in the Judgment

Concurring in the Judgment

Definition

Also known as specially concurring, a type of opinion signaling that the authoring judge disagrees with the reasoning used in the court’s opinion but agrees with the disposition reached by the court (in other terms, with the judgment of which party wins or loses). An opinion concurring in the judgment is a separate opinion that follows the opinion of the court.

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