Concurring Opinion


Concurring opinions are written when a justice agrees with the majority for the verdict but disagrees with parts of the majority opinion. In many instances, concurring opinions are actually dissenting opinions in disguise. Any justice can write a concurring opinion, and other justices can sign it in agreement.
mla apa chicago
Your Citation
Kelly, Martin. "Concurring Opinion." ThoughtCo, Jun. 19, 2014, Kelly, Martin. (2014, June 19). Concurring Opinion. Retrieved from Kelly, Martin. "Concurring Opinion." ThoughtCo. (accessed November 18, 2017).