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Hold or express opinions that are at variance with those previously, commonly, or officially expressed.
An individual or a group of people who bring a complaint against another party in a civil case.
A government body that brings a charge against a defendant who is accused of breaking one of its laws
The supreme courts power to overturn any law that it decides is in conflict with the constitution
An effort by judges to take an active role in policy making by overturning laws relatively often.
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