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01 January 2013


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I received an e-mail from Janis Kile, on staff at the First Circuit, suggesting inclusion of the trial-court docket number with the other trial-court information. Janis writes:

“As a court employee, I prefer for briefs to have the lower court docket number(s). When there are multiple cases in the lower court and multiple appeals (happens often in criminal appeals), the attorneys sometimes file the brief under the wrong appellate docket number.”

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