Legal Brief

A legal argument, usually in a written form and specifically prescribed by the courts. A brief makes factual statements supported by an argument of law. A brief is submitted to the court for a legal determination of the issues and in some cases, of factual findings. Both federal and state trial and appellate courts use briefs to decide important legal issues.

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