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Access to Information: Jamaica
Procedural and Substantive Issues: A selection of decided , FOI and ATI cases
Judge Damon Keith, U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
Where a lawyer cannot find a binding precedent, he or she may rely on a non-binding precedent from another jurisdiction.
While not obliged to do so, the court may be impressed with or be persuaded by the reasoning and be prepared to adopt the rule established by the foreign case.
Usually the court will establish whether:-
Procedural and Substantive
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Sens. Patrick Leahy and Carl Levin, Restore America's Freedom of Information, 2003