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1. A “bright-line” decision may be helpful because:
A. it is subject to very little interpretation.
B. it promotes clarity and predictability.
C. it promotes consistency.
D. All of the above.

is it D

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    What is a "bright-line" decision? How does your text define this unusual term?

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    in the book it states:
    1. decision is one in which the court hands down a specific rule, one subject to very little interpretation.

    2. bright line rule is that it promotes clarity and consistency it is easily understood by criminal justice officials

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    Then I agree with you -- it's D.

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