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Question 1 of 13
What would be the short name for this case?
Question 2 of 13
What does “251 Minn. 188, 188-92” mean?
Question 3 of 13
What is the parallel citation for the citation in Question 2 above?
Question 4 of 13
What does it mean that the case name has “(1957)” at the end of it?
Question 5 of 13
Question 6 of 13
What’s the disposition in this case?
Question 7 of 13
Which party prevailed (won) on appeal? How do you know?
Look at sentences  and .
Question 8 of 13
Which sentence(s) has/have the holding? How do you know?
Look for the sentences that tell us which side will prevail on appeal and why.
Question 9 of 13
Which sentence(s) has/have the issue? How do you know?
Look for words signaling the issue, such as “whether”.
Question 10 of 13
How does the holding answer the question raised by the issue?
Read sentence  and then read sentences  – 
Question 11 of 13
Which of the following sentences from the case are examples of “procedural facts” (also called “procedural history”)?
Question 12 of 13
Which of the following sentences are facts (in some readings you may see them referred to as “conflict facts”)?
Question 13 of 13
Which of the following sentences from the case are statements of the “rule” or “existing law”?