report

law report

In common law, a published record of a judicial decision that is cited by lawyers and judges as legal precedent in arguing and deciding cases. The report contains the h1 of the case, a statement of the facts, a brief case history, the opinion of the court, and the judgment rendered. It often contains a headnote, or analytical summary stating the points decided. The findings of trial courts are not ordinarily reported, but those of appellate courts are.

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Schulmädchen-Report: Was Eltern nicht für möglich halten (Schoolgirl Report Part 1: What Parents Don't Think Is Possible) (UK release title: Confessions of a Sixth Form Girl) is a 1970 German so-called sex report film directed by Ernst Hofbauer, based on a book by Günther Hunold (which presented interviews with twelve girls on their sexual lives) and produced by Wolfgang C. Hartwig.

The film was a commercial success in 1970, topping the German cinema charts for weeks. Although it still had elements of the "Aufklärungsfilme" (sex education films) of the 1960s it was quite exploitative - and the audience knew it. This was the first in a series that would last thirteen titles until 1980. According to IBDB Episodes 9 and 10 feature Ursula Reit also known as Augustus Gloop's mother Mrs. Gloop from the 1971 film "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory".

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