Let's say you want to cite to page 625 in volume 3 of an appellant's appendix.
Here are some options:
3 AA 625
(Note that the first option will count as three words against your total word count, and the second will count as two words.) Some people still use roman numerals for volumes, e.g., AA III:625 or IIIAA625, etc.
Now, let's say you want to cite page 625 in volume 3 of an appellant's appendix, which has been tabbed, and that page is behind tab 14. Some options:
3 AA tab 14, 625
3 AA 14:625
3AA 625[tab 14]
Now, what if you have a span of pages, say 625 to 627, and what if those pages are RT pages that have line numbers too? You can end up with a real mess!
|Too much can be a real problem.|