Annotated Bibliography Writing Services: What is the story behind this case/opinion? Who are the players? Who did what to whom? Why did they do it? What brought this action to this court or administrative agency?

FACTS: What is the story behind this case/opinion? Who are the players? Who did what to whom? Why did they do it? What brought this action to this court or administrative agency?

ISSUES: List the points or principles of law or administrative policy that arise in or because of the facts in this matter. There are usually one or two key issues. These points should be stated as questions that can answered yes or no.

DECISION/RESULTS: Answer each question with “yes” or “no” (and what was the vote, if available). Be aware that there can be more than one decision (and you should have a decision for each issue raised).

RATIONALE/REASONS: List the reason(s) assigned to answer each question posed in the issues section of the brief. You should briefly state a reason the court or agency gave for its answer to each point raised as an issue in the action.

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