If a plaintiff knows there is no prior case that is identical to theirs, they may decline to even file a lawsuit because they are very unlikely to win.

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  • Even if a plaintiff does file a case, a judge may dismiss it on qualified immunity grounds and decline to decide whether the plaintiff’s rights were violated, meaning the constitutional precedent still isn’t established and so the next plaintiff still can’t recover.

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  • @justinamash In short this law killed development of case law!! Unbelievable

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  • @justinamash Time to focus on the crap corrupting Law&Justice USA pushed by law schools, including precedent only law bcs Lehal "professionals", include judges, are too lazy-stupid-corrupt to argue legal principle&philosophy of laws.(Original STseries even identified that decay.)

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