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Concurring opinion
also called "concurrence" and has one more synonym

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  1. In law, a concurring opinion is a written opinion by some of the judges of a court which agrees with the majority of the court but might arrive there in a different manner

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  2. In a concurring opinion, the author agrees with the decision of the court but normally states reasons different from those in the court opinion as the basis for his or her decision

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  3. a legal opinion which supports the conclusion, though not always the reasoning, of the majority

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  4. When no absolute majority of the court can agree on the basis for deciding the case, the decision of the court may be contained in a number of concurring opinions, and the concurring opinion joined by the greatest number of jurists is referred to as

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  5. There are several kinds of concurring opinion

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  6. A simple concurring opinion is when some justices join the opinion of the court but also have something else to add

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