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Provide a Hyperlink to the case on googelscholar.com or attach the case opinion to your posting for quick reference by other students and the instructor.

Shoemaker v. Ind. State Police Dep’t case briefUse the following format for briefing of the case: Shoemaker v. Ind. State Police Dep’t, Please write a case brief that is two pages double spaced and in APA format. Use format below. Style of the case Statement of Facts Issue (Question) Rule (Statement of the Law) Application Conclusion NOTES STYLE OF CASE Note the style of the case who is suing who. Then, also note the year of the case decision and the jurisdiction of the court issuing the opinion. In most cases you read, the decision may refer to lower court opinions involving the same parties—this is the “procedural posture of the case.” (One sentence) Provide a Hyperlink to the case on googelscholar.com or attach the case opinion to your posting for quick reference by other students and the instructor. FACTS of the case. Here you want to give the material facts of the case so the reader understands who is suing who and why. It is the background information between the parties that gave rise to the lawsuit. The statement of facts should be a short summary including only the essential facts. DO NOT COPY THE ENTIRE FACTUAL STATEMENT FROM THE TEXT. Summarize in your own words. (No more than two paragraphs) The ISSUE or question of law is the central or focal legal question in the case. The student will have to determine the question of law by a careful reading of the case. NOTE: There may be more than one issue. Concisely phrase the issue(s) before this particular court to answer. (No more than two sentences) The RULE of law will generally be obvious. However, the judge does not always state the rule of law clearly. In some cases, it must be abstracted by a careful reading of the text. The question to ask is, “What legal principle does this case stand for?” If there is more than one issue, there should be a rule for each issue. Often judges cite other case precedent to articulate a rule of law. You should explain any prior precedent that the court reflects upon when following them or receding from them. (No more than two sentences) APPLYING the rule or rules of law to the facts of the case is an important part of briefing. Look for specific facts in the case to justify the conclusion of the court. This is the analytical aspect. (No more than two paragraphs) CONCLUSION – how the Court answers the problem. Precisely state the final conclusion as to who wins and the courts holding. (No more than one paragraph). The title and reference page not included as the 2 pages. https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?

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