Judicial Opinion or Opinion of the Court - What's the meaning?

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A judicial option generally lays out the facts that the court recognized as being established, the legal principles the court is bound by, and the application of the relevant principles to the recognized facts.
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Judges in the United States are usually required to provide a well-reasoned basis for their decisions and the contents of their judicial opinions may contain the grounds for appealing and reversing of their decision by a higher court.
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The goal is to demonstrate the rationale the court used in reaching its decision.
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