RULE 6.2 | STATEMENT OF FACTS: LENGTH; FORMAT
The required statement of facts should be attached to the complaint form, and should not exceed five (5) pages. To assure legibility, the statement of facts should conform to the following technical requirements:
• 8½ x 11 inch paper;
• Only one side of the paper should be used;
• The text should be double-spaced, but quotations more than two lines long may be indented and single-spaced; headings and footnotes may be single-spaced;
• Margins should be at least one inch on all four sides; page numbers may appear in the margins but no text should appear there;
• If typed, either a proportionally spaced or monospaced typeface may be used; a proportionally spaced typeface should be 14-point or larger; a monospaced typeface should not contain more than 10½ characters per inch.
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