Form ABA-AF 2107.2 Additional Statement of Facts - Illinois

Form ABA-AF2107.2 or the "Additional Statement Of Facts" is a form issued by the Illinois Supreme Court.

The form was last revised in October 1, 2017 and is available for digital filing. Download an up-to-date Form ABA-AF2107.2 in PDF-format down below or look it up on the Illinois Supreme Court Forms website.

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This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Appellate Courts.
ADDITIONAL STATEMENT OF FACTS
[Refer to
Illinois Supreme Court Rule
341(h)(6)]
Continue to tell the story
of what happened in the
trial court, with references
to the specific pages of
the record where each fact
appears. Refer to pages
of the common law record
as “C [page].” Refer to
pages of the report of
proceedings as “R
[page].” For example,
“On January 2, 2015, the
plaintiff filed his
complaint. C 1.”
You should describe the
following:
• what was said in the
complaint or petition,
• anything relevant that
happened in court
before the trial,
• the testimony of all
witnesses,
• how the judge ruled,
any findings by the
jury, and anything that
happened in court
after the trial.
Refer to the specific
pages of the record where
each fact appears.
Tell the story correctly
and fairly. Do not make
arguments or comments
here.
ABA-AF 2107.2
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This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Appellate Courts.
ADDITIONAL STATEMENT OF FACTS
[Refer to
Illinois Supreme Court Rule
341(h)(6)]
Continue to tell the story
of what happened in the
trial court, with references
to the specific pages of
the record where each fact
appears. Refer to pages
of the common law record
as “C [page].” Refer to
pages of the report of
proceedings as “R
[page].” For example,
“On January 2, 2015, the
plaintiff filed his
complaint. C 1.”
You should describe the
following:
• what was said in the
complaint or petition,
• anything relevant that
happened in court
before the trial,
• the testimony of all
witnesses,
• how the judge ruled,
any findings by the
jury, and anything that
happened in court
after the trial.
Refer to the specific
pages of the record where
each fact appears.
Tell the story correctly
and fairly. Do not make
arguments or comments
here.
ABA-AF 2107.2
Page
(10/17)
Print Form
Save Form
Reset Form

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