- In an 82-page brief and a record of 2,768 pages, [Appellant], in propria persona, offers seven separate reasons why the order should be reversed, none of which have any legal merit whatsoever.
- "II. Discussion A. Fundamentals of Appellate Procedure" [A nice heading, followed by clear explanations.]
- It is also the appellant’s duty to comply with the California Rules of Court, a duty [Appellant] has failed in rather spectacularly. She grossly overdesignated the record, which is sanctionable conduct. [Etc., etc.]
[1/17/19 update: Along these same lines, here's a new one, using the pro per's empty TOA against her: "Here, [Appellant]’s table of authorities is blank—except for the word, “None”—as
she fails to cite to any legal authority in the appellant’s opening brief."]