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The Supreme Court will hear a case with a lot of 'buts' & 'ifs' over the meaning of 'and'

  • Federal courts are divided on interpreting the word "and" in a 2018 criminal justice overhaul, with different courts arguing it either means "and" or "or".
  • Linguists specializing in the law conducted surveys that revealed people found the language in question either ambiguous or in favor of the interpretation put forth by Pulsifer's legal team.
  • The ongoing debate over the meaning of "and" in the criminal justice reform has led to uncertainty and confusion in the application and enforcement of the law.
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