Under what circumstances are judges likely to take immediate action to halt pollution before a violation of the law has been proven in court?

Possible Answers:

  1. In extreme cases, when the potential damage is clear and irreparable
  2. When the polluting industry is large and can afford it
  3. Whenever environmental lobby groups are in agreement that the problem exists
  4. Whenever there is cause to believe the environment might be harmed

The Correct Answer:

A. In extreme cases when the potential damage is clear and irreparable, judges are likely to take immediate action to halt pollution before a violation of the law has been proven in court.

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