While lovely printed documents will never win your case, improperly prepared documents can certainly lose one! Filing with the United States Circuit Courts of Appeals is exceptionally complex and time-consuming. Attorneys or pro se clients must navigate the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure as well the Local Rules of each federal circuit. The most important thing that you can do for your client or for yourself as a pro se petitioner, is to give your case the best possible chance to obtain a proper appellate review. That means freeing up as much time as possible for the legal research, writing, and editing required to submit a high-quality Federal Appellate brief.
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|The Documents We File with the Supreme Court|
|Appellate Briefs of Litigants||
|Appellate Briefs for Interested Parties||
|Amicus Curiae Briefs or Amici Briefs||
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