What is Collateral Estoppel? - Definition, Doctrine & Effect

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Which is NOT a true statement regarding the doctrine of res judicata?

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1. If a defendant went to trial over alimony, and the judge ruled that he didn't have an affair on his wife, and his wife took him to court over child custody, who might win and why?

2. Which is NOT a requirement for collateral estoppel?

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