Which of the following do we call Supreme Court judge who uses his or her power to create new law

A. Judicial activists

B. Legislative judge

C. Strict constitutionalist

D loose constitutionalist

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  1. Use and look up each of those 4 terms. Let us know what you decide.

  2. Ok thank you

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