Tamburino Talks Law: Supreme Court Nominee Hearings Call Out Precedent and Super Precedents. What Does it Mean?

During the confirmation process of the U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett, we heard a lot about what it means to establish legal precedent and even super precedent. So what exactly is precedent and what past decisions could this relate to? Precedent means a prior court decision is binding or persuasive on a court decision today. I share my full take in Tamburino Talks Law understanding precedent:

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