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If a Supreme Court Justice agrees with the decision of the court, he/she may write a A. New law B. Letter to the president C. Concurring opinion D. Dissenting opinion
If a Supreme Court Justice agrees with the decision of the court, he/she may write a Concurring opinion.
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