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U.S. Supreme Court Reply Brief

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I filed a U.S. Supreme Court Appeal, and the respondent currently has it in his possession to respond. The court accepted the appeal because it dealt with the 14th or 5th amendment of the U.S. Constitution (due process). I am now preparing for the respondent's response. How many pages can the reply brief be? Can the respondent fax the reply brief to the court? I may need an appellate attorney to respond to reply repidly to the opposition's brief. Can you supply me with any other information. Thanks.




Sorry for the delay in replying to your questions. I hope this helps. I will send you to the site where the Supreme Court has their rules of procedure. That is pretty straight forward and should help you with these issues. OK?

For Supreme Court rules go to www.law.cornell.edu/rules/supct/overview.html.

Mark B. Replogle

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