Case brief assignment

The assignment requires an analysis of a case held in the U.S. Supreme Court. I chose the case of Packingham v North Carolina, which I’ll link the file below. The brief should be between 2 and 3 pages in length, single spaced. The case brief assignments will be reviewed using Turnitin, a software program which checks the originality of an assignment. The brief should include the following elements:

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1. Case name: Include the names of the parties such as Brown v. Board of Education.

2. The name of the court deciding the case: For example, The U.S Supreme Court.

3. Case citation:An example of a citation is as follows: 552 U.S. 661 (1987). The year should be in parentheses. The purpose of including the case citation is so attorneys or judges can easily locate the case for themselves.

4. Key facts: State the relevant and significant aspects of the case briefly. Tell a short story. The facts should identify the plaintiff and defendant, report the events leading up to the lawsuit and state the relief the plaintiff is seeking. Also, give a brief description of the procedural history.

5. Issue: This is the legal question the court is being asked to address. Sometimes, there are many issues. Focus on the primary issue(s).

6. Rule: The general legal principle applied to the facts of the case. For example, this could be a provision in a state or federal statute or a case precedent. The Court may review different rules. State the rule the Court applies to resolve the issue.

7. Decision: State how the court resolved the issue. An example of a decision would be the lower court decision is reversedor affirmed.

8. Reasoning: This section explains why the court made this decision. Summarize the reasons the court ruled this way.

9. Critical Analysis: What did you think of the court’s decision? Be sure to explain why you agree or disagree. Additionally, please explain how this case is relevant to a career in business. Finally, state at least two reasons why another student studying business law should read this case.