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by | Jul 24, 2019

Wednesday Wisdom

In the Appellate Division First Department, where an appeal in a criminal
matter is prosecuted on the original
record or by the appendix method, the appellant shall serve a
copy of the transcript of the
proceedings upon the respondent together with the brief and appendix, and cause a copy to be filed
with the court. (AD1 Rules of Practice 600.11)

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