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Letter stamps inside a typewriter
There was a time when pleadings submitted to the trial court were typewritten, and nearly everyone used Courier, because that font came on electric typewriters. (Depositphotos.com image)

Briefly: In briefs, what a difference a font can make

Over the past few years, the importance of picking the right font for an appellate brief has been a topic of discussion among lawyers, publishers and, at times, the courts.

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