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by | Sep 4, 2019

Wednesday Wisdom

According to Part 500.11 (j) of the Rules of Practice for the Court of Appeals of the State of New York,
the Attorney General of the State of New York may file, no later than the filing date set for respondent’s
submission, an original and two copies of an amicus curiae submission without leave of the Court,
with proof of service of one copy on each party.


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