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Terri Schiavo‘s case raises the profoundly important questions of whether judges are effectively above the law because their decisions—no matter how patently erroneous and destructive—must be accepted as the law, or whether We the People ultimately decide, not only what the laws are, but also how the laws apply to judges, no less than to all other public officials.

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