Articles From John C. Craig

Word® word counts and the type-volume limitations By John C. Craig Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, November 1999 Under Rule 32(a)(7)(A) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure, a principal brief may exceed 30 pages only if it: (1) contains no more than 14,000 words, Rule 32(a)(7)(B)(i), and (2) includes a certificate of the attorney that it complies with this "type-volume" limitation, Rule 32(a)(7)(C)

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