Form ABA-AA2306.2 "Additional Argument" - Illinois

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Download Form ABA-AA2306.2 "Additional Argument" - Illinois

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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 ARGUMENT
[Refer to
Illinois Supreme Court Rule
341(h)(7)]
Number your next
argument and state the
title as you wrote it in
The  trial court or  jury
was right to
(check one)
the Points and
Authorities section.
Standard of review (Check all that apply to your argument)
 The trial court correctly applied the law. (This is de novo review. The appellate court
must give no deference to the trial court);
 The trial court or the jury correctly decided the facts. (This is manifest weight of
the evidence review. The appellate court must give great deference to the trial
court or the jury);
 The trial court correctly conducted the trial procedure. (This is abuse of discretion
review. The appellate court must give extreme deference to the trial court); and/or
Using the authorities
 other:
from your Points and
Authorities section, and
with references to the
Authority for standard of review:
pages of the record for
facts within your
argument, explain:
the standard of
review you want
Explain your argument, using the law to demonstrate why, under the facts of your case, the
the appellate court
to apply;
appellant’s argument is wrong.
(Use the facts of the case and your authorities (cases and
the law that you
want the appellate
court to apply;
statutes (laws)) to help you do this.)
how the law
applies to your
case; and
the relief you want
from the appellate
court.
ABA-AA 2306.2
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(10/17)
This form is approved by the Illinois Supreme Court and is required to be accepted in all Illinois Appellate Courts.
ADDITIONAL ARGUMENT
[Refer to
Illinois Supreme Court Rule
341(h)(7)]
Number your next
argument and state the
title as you wrote it in
The  trial court or  jury
was right to
(check one)
the Points and
Authorities section.
Standard of review (Check all that apply to your argument)
 The trial court correctly applied the law. (This is de novo review. The appellate court
must give no deference to the trial court);
 The trial court or the jury correctly decided the facts. (This is manifest weight of
the evidence review. The appellate court must give great deference to the trial
court or the jury);
 The trial court correctly conducted the trial procedure. (This is abuse of discretion
review. The appellate court must give extreme deference to the trial court); and/or
Using the authorities
 other:
from your Points and
Authorities section, and
with references to the
Authority for standard of review:
pages of the record for
facts within your
argument, explain:
the standard of
review you want
Explain your argument, using the law to demonstrate why, under the facts of your case, the
the appellate court
to apply;
appellant’s argument is wrong.
(Use the facts of the case and your authorities (cases and
the law that you
want the appellate
court to apply;
statutes (laws)) to help you do this.)
how the law
applies to your
case; and
the relief you want
from the appellate
court.
ABA-AA 2306.2
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(10/17)
Enter the Case Number given by the Appellate Court Clerk: _________________________________
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