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Asked on: 1/09/12, 8:42 am

How to file a motion with the Court of Appeals. Do I need to state the grounds?

CASE No.10-2259

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Answered on: 1/12/12, 11:09 am by Stephen Messutta

There are textbooks and classes on this. And yes you need to state grounds. And this is WAY too vague to respond to; there are many questions that would have to be addressed to deal with this properly.


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