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Federal Communications Commission v. Fox Television Stations, Inc
the instruction of this Brief case
- Use the IRAC method.
- 1. Facts: about four or five sentence telling us the background of what happened and how we got where we are. This includes relevant facts such as who, when , where, how.
- 2. Issue: this must be a question, meaning it starts with a capital letter and ends with a question mark.
- 3. Rule: the rule is the answer to the question which tells us about the law
- 4. Application: this simply WHY. Why did the judge decide the answer to the question (issue) this way for these people with these facts.
- 5. Conclusion: Who wins. Sometimes when we are reading we get so caught up in the details it is easy to forget to find out who won.