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reasonable-person

Definitions

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  • noun Attributive form of reasonable person

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Examples

  • Alito said the court should have stuck with a "one-size-fits-all reasonable-person test," rather than open the door to new "arbitrary" emphases.

    Supreme Court: Age must be weighed in interrogations

  • Alito said the court should have stuck with a "one-size-fits-all reasonable-person test," rather than open the door to new "arbitrary" emphases.

    Supreme Court: Age must be weighed in interrogations

  • Usually, we call the reasonable-person standard an objective standard, signifying that the we are not taking the particular characteristics of defendants in tort or criminal actions into account when we ask whether they met the relevant standard of care.

    Legal Theory Blog

  • It does, however, propose a middle ground: a reduced sentence for defendants convicted under both the reasonable-person and the innocuous-donor standards.

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  • The individual's actions shall be reviewed under a "reasonable-person" standard to determine if those actions warrant the individual's eligibility not being reinstated for intercollegiate athletics.

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  • Being able to articulate and argue about the proper interpretation of the reasonable-person standard equips you to understand debates about efficiency versus fairness (or deontology and consequentialism) that are fundamental to contemporary legal theory.

    Legal Theory Blog

  • Justice Scalia and his fellow textualists are no more sympathethic to reasonable-person purposivism than they are to intentionalism.

    FindLaw Writ - Recent Articles

  • Justice Scalia and his fellow textualists are no more sympathethic to reasonable-person purposivism than they are to intentionalism.

    FindLaw Writ - Recent Articles

  • Justice Scalia and his fellow textualists are no more sympathethic to reasonable-person purposivism than they are to intentionalism.

    FindLaw Writ - Recent Articles

  • Justice Scalia and his fellow textualists are no more sympathethic to reasonable-person purposivism than they are to intentionalism.

    FindLaw Writ - Recent Articles

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