Case Briefing Assignment:
State v. Schleifer, 121 A. 805 (Conn. 1923) [pp. 314–316]
Case Briefing must be based upon four components: FACTS, ISSUE, HOLDING, REASONING.
Additional Tip for Case Briefing Assignment: Please include any dissenting or concurring opinions that were
seen in the case. While the issue and holding can be summarized in 1-2 sentences, the facts of the case and
the reasoning should go into great detail.
Joel Samaha. 2015. Criminal Law(12thed.) Cengage. ISBN-13: 9781305577381.
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