concurring opinion

Definition of "concurring opinion"
  1. It is an opinion given by a judge who agrees with the outcome of a case, but may not agree with the logic or methods used to arrive at that decision
How to use "concurring opinion" in a sentence
  1. The judge wrote a concurring opinion, stating they agreed with the verdict, but not the reasoning behind it.
  2. Despite the unanimous verdict, one judge provided a concurring opinion that offered a different rationale.
  3. While agreeing on the outcome, a judge issues a concurring opinion to express different reasoning.

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