appellants and that the appellee
would benefit from an order affirming
The court in Goldwater made it clear that "[w]hether the President's action amounts to a complete disenfranchisement depends on whether appellees
have left to them any legislative means to vote in the way they claim is their right.
140) If you are the appellee
and you are not cross-appealing, do not stand up after the reply argument.
See Brief of Appellant Pierce, supra note 1, at 89-94; Supplement to Brief of Appellant Pierce, supra note 1, at 123-26; Brief of Appellant Van Winkle, supra note 1, at 154-57; Brief of Appellee
Society of Sisters, supra note 1, at 248-54, 290-92, 304-07, 318-21, 330-36, 347-58.
, however, pointed out at great length that the cited case which involved the appellant's attorney, the same appellee
, and the same issues as the present case, was directly on point and had been decided in favor of the appellee
2) It is unclear whether an appellate court is obligated to apply the tipsy coachman doctrine whether or not the appellee
raised the doctrine in its brief.
Within 20 days of filing the notice, an appellee
may direct the clerk to include additional documents and exhibits.
Under that rule, "If a court of appeals determines that an appeal is frivolous, it may, after a separately filed motion or notice from the court and reasonable opportunity to respond, award just damages and single or double costs to the appellee
See the following documents: Appellant Brief, Appellee
Brief, and the Appellant Reply.
Pretty City Police Detective Sneaky, working undercover, learned that the appellee
, Joe Schmoe, and another subject, Steve Schmuck, wanted to buy cocaine.
may cross-appeal by serving a notice within 10 days of service of the appellant's timely filed notice of appeal or within the time prescribed in [begin strikethrough]subdivision (b) of this rule[end strikethrough] for filing a notice of appeal, whichever is later.
By employing oral judgments, a court that is not persuaded by the appellant may opt not to hear any oral argument from the appellee