A QuickCITE case treatment annotation appears below each case name in the Citing Cases section of a QuickCITE
case or legislation citation record. The following table identifies these annotations and their meanings:
Case is cited and may receive a more substantive treatment within 72 hours for recently added cases.
Case is cited in a dissenting opinion.
Citing case provides no more information about the cited case than what is available in the cited case itself.
Citing case overrules or refuses to apply the cited case for some reason other than it was distinguishable.
Citing case criticizes the conclusion or reasoning of the cited case, without refusing to follow it. Alternatively, legislation in force at the
time the cited case was decided has been amended to the extent that the cited case might have been decided differently under the amended
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