Hello and thanks for submitting this interesting question. A bill of exceptions is prepared by the clerk of the trial court. It is part of the trial transcript and it is filed separately from the brief. The brief would refer to the BofE for the errors appealed from. See: Rule 2-105 (B) http://www.supremecourt.ne.gov/supreme-court-rules/1721/%C2%A7-2-105-bill-exceptions-making-preserving-transcribing-and-delivery-record
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Well for clarification, does refering to something in brief that is contained in the bill of exceptions count in the 50 pages?
No. Definitely not. You are required to refer to issues/items from the BofE in your brief so the judges can see what you base your claim of error upon. Such references have no bearing on the number of pages in the brief itself. I hope this Answer is helpful and that you will give it a positive rating. If you have any follow up questions please send back a Reply. You should consult a local attorney to verify that this information is accurate for your state. Thank you for using Pearl.com- Just Answer. We appreciate your business.
Great news. but when they are referring to all other pages and materials, including appendixes, indices, exhibits, and other documents of any nature, character, kind, or description whatsoever.
What the hell are they talking about, suff that was not in the Bill of Exceptions that you would like to introduce to the appel court?
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