3. State the facts which support your claims in Section III of the complaint form. The claims raised in this action must relate to the same basic incident or issue. Any other claims must be addressed in a separate civil rights complaint. When presenting the facts, do not make legal arguments or provide case citations. If you desire to make a legal argument, you should do so by filing a separate memorandum of law. Such argument is unnecessary at the initiation of a case, however. You will be advised when the submission of evidence or argument in support of your claim is appropriate. Do not attach evidence or exhibits to the complaint form.
NDFL. Pro Se 15.1 (Rev. 01/2020) | Instructions Civil Rights Complaint Non-Prisoner
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