How should unusual case names be alphabetized in an appellate brief’s table of authorities? For example, assume you cite the following four cases in your appellate brief:
United States v. Jones;
United States v. $154,362.05 in U.S. Currency;
United States v. 75 Broken Television Sets; and
United States v. Smith.
How should those cases be alphabetized in the brief's table of authories?
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