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10 Of the 3,033 justice observations, 2,646 (87%) joined the majority opinion, whereas 387 (13%) of the observations involved a justice writing or joining a concurrence. Of those 387 observations, 120 (31%) were limiting concurrences, 16 (4%) were reluctant, 53 (14%) expansive, 51 (13%) emphatic, 138 (36%) doctrinal, and 9 (2%) unnecessary. Although a majority of the concurrences are expressing disagreement in some fashion with the majority opinion, more than 25 percent of the concurrences are quite supportive of the majority decision.
S. s. s. s. s. s. s. S. Supreme Court if the case overturned precedent or declared a state or federal law unconstitutional. 028. Since a doctrinal concurrence disagrees with the reasoning employed by the majority and also is more likely to be a special concurrence, meaning the justice does not sign on to the majority opinion, the majority opinion writer has great incentive to bargain successfully with the justice in cases involving a minimum winning coalition in order to create binding precedent.
Additionally, the emphatic concurrence has been described as the safety valve that permits a justice to join with or make possible a majority (Ray 1990). By allowing its author to clarify his or her understanding of the Court’s holding, the emphatic concurrence may in some instances work to create a fragile consensus. If this is true, the emphatic concurrence may be used more often in closely divided cases, such as cases involving minimum winning coalitions. The measure I use for minimum winning coalition is from the Justice-Centered Rehnquist Court Database (Benesh and Spaeth 2003) and is coded 1 if yes, 0 otherwise.