Short Answer: Western Legal Tradition

In Henry II’s reign, his judges would travel in ‘circuits’ around the realm, issuing decisions in place of the King (as he couldn’t be every where). The decision was the same as the word of the King. The Common Law functions along the principle of ‘stare decisis’. What is this? What does it mean for the importance of judges in a Common Law system? Is this principle relevant in 21st century America?


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