SC Supremes: Cite the Entire Ruling

Last month, I posted on attorneys who create accidents with contextomy. Sounds weird, I know, without defining the terms.

“Accident,” in this sense, is a logical fallacy in which one advocates a general rule without acknowledging any exceptions. Contextomy means taking something out of context. The post noted that the two often go together. Continue reading “SC Supremes: Cite the Entire Ruling”