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The format is fine, however, there is an absence of references to evidence in the court record, which proves the abuse of discretion claims. There is also an absence of case law citations to show that the abuse of discretion standard is the proper standard to be used in trying to reverse the judge's decisions on the merits of the various issues complained about. The absence of references to the record can be excused if you don't have those references, due to the transcripts not yet being prepared. The absence of case law can sink your appeal, because that's one of the items that the Superior Court clerk will be looking for to show that your appeal is well founded.
Your goal is to inform the Superior Court as to the fact that you have raised the issues and evidence at trial, so as to perfect your record for appeal.
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