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Old 12-02-2012, 9:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Tincon View Post
Yes, of course. While the United States legal system is derived from that of the British commonwealth and its oral adversarial traditions, I think you will find almost universal agreement among practicing attorneys today that written briefs usually determine the outcome of cases in modern courts, particularly appellate courts considering constitutional questions.
Usually is not never or always and almost universal is not unanimous. So it doesn't look like you disagree with wolfwood after all.

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