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Those who argue that judges should practice judicial restraint maintain that judges should (Points : 1) overturn the will of the majority if they believe the majority to be wrong.
allow democratic majorities to tyrannize minorities because they did so through their democratically elected legislators. simply interpret the law and not make it. never overturn precedent.
Those who argue that judges should practice judicial restraint maintain that judges should simply interpret the law and not make it.
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