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When the U.S. Supreme Court decides a case - the Chief Justice writes a majority opinion if he or she was in the majority - the Chief Justice writes the dissenting opinion if he or she was in the majority - the U.S. Supreme Court justices select an associate justice to write the minority and majority opinions - the U.S. Supreme Court justices select two associate justices to write the minority and majority opinions

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Ralph Lopez on September 26, 2018

When the U. s supreme court decides a case, The chief justice writes a majority opinion, if he or she was in the majorityThe head of justice tend to assign a trusted person that writes this opinionhope this helps


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