Brief the case of Maryland v Pringle 540 U S 366 2003 law homework help

Brief the case of Maryland v. Pringle, 540 U.S. 366 (2003).

link http://supct.law.cornell.edu/supct/pdf/02-809P.ZO

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Please note that your brief should be, for the most part, in your own words. By briefing a case, you are reading the entire court opinion then summarizing it into your own words so that the important information from the brief is easier to understand and remember. If you are using language from a case, please be sure to put it in quotes and include the reference.

Case briefs are used to highlight the key information contained within a case for use within the legal community as court cases can be quite lengthy.

When writing case briefs, all information must be properly cited. Make sure you are not copying and pasting from your source. Most of the material should be paraphrased; quotations should make up no more than 10% of the brief. Note: since the purpose to is highlight and summarize key information, merely copying and pasting from the case does not accomplish this goal. You must summarize the facts in your own words, using quotations sparingly.


 
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