TBD | Item VI (CA11 Pro Se Handbook)
Home About Contact |
Icon-UpArrow Item VI (Pro Se Handbook)
Item VI (ProSe-CA11) Download

ITEM VI | OPENING BRIEF OUTLINE

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT

Case No.
________________,
Appellant



v.



________________,
Appellee(s)




Appeal from the District Court for the
(insert the originating court here; example- Middle District of Alabama)

Name
(Street Address, P.O. Box...)
City, State Zip Code


1. Certificate of Interested Persons. (See form provided in handbook)




2. Statement Regarding Oral Argument (a short statement of whether or not you wish to have oral argument and, if so, the reasons why the case should be argued before the court)




3. Table of Contents w/page references (list the sections in the brief and the corresponding page on which it appears)




4. Table of Citations (shows the locations in the brief of citations to case law)




5. Jurisdiction:

► Date of entry of judgment or order of the originating court
► Basis for the court of appeals’ jurisdiction
► Date notice of appeal filed
► For prisoners, date you gave notice of appeal to prison authorities





6. Statement of the Issues (What issues of the lower court proceeding do you want this court to consider?)




7. Statement of the Case

► What are the facts of your case?
► What issue(s) are you raising on appeal; what do you think the originating court did wrong?)





8. Conclusion (statement of what relief you want the court of appeals to give you)




9. Certificate of Compliance (statement that the brief complies with the type size and volume limitations - see checklist; provide the number of words in the brief, or the number of lines in the brief)




10. Certificate of Service (listing of all the people to whom the brief was sent, with names and addresses, and the date when the brief was sent to them – form available on website and in handbook) (only if required by FRAP 25(d))




Signature


Congratulations! You're now booked up on Item VI from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals' Pro Se Handbook!

Please get the justice you deserve.

Sincerely,



www.TextBookDiscrimination.com
Icon-Email-WBIcon-Email-WG Icon-Youtube-WBIcon-Youtube-WG Icon-Share-WBIcon-Share-WG
Pages You Might Also Like