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Binding Caselaw Video

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Binding and Persuasive Precedent

  1. What do we call New York’s trial level courts?
  2. Which courts have the power to create binding precedent that New York’s trial level courts must follow?
  3. What do you think persuasive precedent means? How is persuasive precedent different from binding precedent?