When the supreme court makes a collective decision, are each judge required to explain why they voted the way they did?
- Jeff DLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
It's not required, but most Justices will write an assenting or dissenting opinion (or concur with another judge's opinion), at least for significant cases.
- JeancommunicatesLv 72 weeks ago
No. They are not required. And the atheist and the Christian cannot leave their beliefs at the door of the courtroom. This never happens. We are who we are.
- NightwolfLv 51 month ago
They have to be non partisan but won’t. If any vote based on faith they need to be removed.