An appeals court brief, amicus curiae brief, or other document prepared by the FederalCourt.Press is easy to spot amongst a pile of court filings. Our books have a precise and consistent typeset, with beautiful balance and spacing. When you pick up a book from Amazon or Barnes & Noble, and fan open the pages, you expect the typography to be consistent from page to page — the same fonts, margins, spacing, etc. — and most importantly the same “Look and Feel.” The Supreme Court has the same requirements.
But being compliant with the rules is not enough to produce a beautiful document. Inexperienced or careless typesetting leads to awkward text, that is obviously unbalanced. Here are the most common problems that bad typesetting can produce:
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