Forget legal writing: draw comic strips

A lawyer, ordered by a judge to limit his brief to a mere 5 pages, solved the problem by putting it into comic strip format.  Not to be outdone, a number of judges have adopted comic strip style for their decisions.  The following is a recent example:

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  1. Pingback: How to keep your brief under the word limit | Appellate Squawk

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