This question is for the Law Educator, Esq. Hello! I would like to ask the question in regards ***** ***** one of the cases pending in the First Circuit Court of Appeals. There are 2 cases for each Federal Court Cases pending in the Court of Appeals. One case (the first one) was already dismissed, but the order said that there is another case pending regarding the same issue and that I can describe the additional evidences for the same defenants but for the case opened in the Appeal Court Later. Do I need to wait until this Appeal Court issues the order and then file additional info in regards ***** ***** case? Or I have to submit the certain document myself and do not wait for any order? What does it mean the fact that say that the first case was dismissed? I already filed accordingly the document for the first appeal case. Thank you!
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