Form ABA-AP2304.2 "Additional Points and Authorities" - Illinois

What Is Form ABA-AP2304.2?

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  • Released on October 1, 2017;
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This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Appellate Courts.
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ADDITIONAL POINTS AND AUTHORITIES
complete the Argument
[Refer to
Illinois Supreme Court Rule
341(h)(1)]
section before
Page of
completing the Points
Brief
and Authorities section.
Number your next
argument, state the title
here, and list the page
The  trial court or  jury
was right to
(check one)
where the argument
starts later in the brief.
Make the title
responsive to the title of
the argument in the
appellant’s brief.
Authorities:
In the formats provided
by
Illinois Supreme
Court Rule
6, list the
authorities (cases,
statutes (laws), etc.) that
you refer to in your
argument, in order of
their importance, and
the pages on which they
will appear.
ABA-AP 2304.2
(10/17)
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This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Appellate Courts.
You may have to
ADDITIONAL POINTS AND AUTHORITIES
complete the Argument
[Refer to
Illinois Supreme Court Rule
341(h)(1)]
section before
Page of
completing the Points
Brief
and Authorities section.
Number your next
argument, state the title
here, and list the page
The  trial court or  jury
was right to
(check one)
where the argument
starts later in the brief.
Make the title
responsive to the title of
the argument in the
appellant’s brief.
Authorities:
In the formats provided
by
Illinois Supreme
Court Rule
6, list the
authorities (cases,
statutes (laws), etc.) that
you refer to in your
argument, in order of
their importance, and
the pages on which they
will appear.
ABA-AP 2304.2
(10/17)
Print Form
Save Form
Reset Form