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BE REDUNDANT IN STATING YOUR LEGAL POSITION IN BRIEFS While redundancy in particular word use is to be avoided in brief writing, every effort should be made to repeatedly state the validity of your legal ­position supporting the relief requested. The first and last sentence of each ­subsection of your brief should contain the legal conclusion that supports your ­client's position.
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