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  1. WJS says

    The impression I always get is that precedents and case law made by judges has far more influence on things than statues written by politicians. Is that accurate, or am I mistaken here?

    • It depends on which area of law you are talking about. Constitutional law and tort law are nothing but precedents and case law. However, the courts usually defer to the statutes when dealing with criminal law or commercial regulation.

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