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The facts of a case

a. are largely irrelevant, in that the judiciary has wide freedom with decisions.
b. affect which law or laws will apply to the case.
c. are important only if the case involves a statutory dispute.
d. are important only if the case involves a constitutional dispute.
e. are important about half the time.

is it B? im not very sure

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  1. I think you're right. B is best.

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