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You are free to introduce that opinion in arguing your case. However, since the dissent is not the law it doesn't have any authority for the court.
You would basically need to convince them that they shouldn't follow the actual law because the dissent's argument is more convincing. If you are arguing this before an appellate
court, such an argument is possible; but it would almost certainly be counterproductive to argue this in a trial court, since they find their duties to be fact finders and will almost certainly choose to follow established precedent.
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