Posted: December 15th, 2016

A concurring opinion

A concurring opinion
A) explains the chief justice s position on a case.
B) is delivered when a justice decides the same way on a case as the majority, but has a different reason for reaching that decision.
C) is delivered when the Court interprets a constitutional issue.
D) is delivered when at least two justices, but less than a majority, hold the same opinion in a case.

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