A super-precedent should have
- external validation;
- it should prove safe and effective in its goal;
- it should have limited or harmless unintended consequences;
- it should benefit large fractions of the population in a substantive way, perhaps even against vigorous initial opposition.
As a result it should only be reversed or violated in rare instances because it is such a great judicial achievement. The passage of time should add to its external validation and accumulate evidence of benefit.
In Classical Athens, a five-year statute of limitations was established for all cases except homicide and the prosecution of non-constitutional laws.
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