Q. What does a negative indicator mean in Nexis Uni?

What is a negative indicator? Who decides if an indicator negative?

Answer

Negative subsequent appellate history refers to any instance in a Shepard’s document where a case has been cited in other cases as overruled, criticized, or negatively treated. The nature in which the case is mentioned determines the nature in which the treatment is described. Likewise, Shepard’s documents also note positive treatments of cases.
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