Review the court opinions and for each case and identify the Key Facts
Key facts: The legally significant facts of a case that raise the legal question of how or whether the law governing the disputeapplies. They are facts upon which the outcome of the case is determined. Key facts establish or satisfy the elements of a cause of action and are necessary to prove or disprove a claim. A key fact is a fact so essential that, if it were changed, the outcome of the case would probably change.
United States v. Leon 468 U.S. 897
Cardwell v. Gwaltney 556 N.E.2d 953
Clearly label each case before you identify facts.