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The contention that constitution contains moral language that justifies the vigorous protection of individual rights by the judiciary is a view compatible with:
A.judicial restraint.
B.judicial activism.
C.analytical jurisprudence.
D.precedent-based jurisprudence.

I think it's A am not sure.

  • Government -

    you're wrong.

    Analytical jurisprudence is a legal theory that draws on the resources of modern analytical philosophy to try to understand the nature of law. Since the ...

  • Government -

    so your saying it is C

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    Is this answer right or not.
    someone please answer.

  • Government -

    Read my response. I told you the answer.

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    Thank you!

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