February 26, 2008
Informative Insight on Appellate Briefs
This is a very informative post I received in an email today from the LA County Bar Assoc. It is by Professor Scott Wood at Loyola Law School who questions a research attorney with 20 years experience with the California Court of Appeals. You can access the article here.
One great comment is that the appellant should concentrate on his best few arguments, (i.e., he says "how many errors can the trial judge make?), the respondent should make every argument possible since the court must affirm if any argument supports the result.
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