The objective is to learn how court opinions are written. However, sections 4 and 5 require a
demonstration of critical thinking skills.
Section One: Facts (Summarize only the most important facts that support the Court’s Ruling)
Section Two: Issue (This should be a “yes or no question”)
Section Three: The Court’s Ruling (EMTALA Violation)
Section Four: The Court’s Analysis (Explain the judge’s reasons for the ruling)
Section Five: Conclusion
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Illinois Supreme Court Suggests New, Narrow Tests for Charity Care. JonesDay.
● CaseBriefs (n.d.). Provena Covenant Medical Center v. Department of Revenue.
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