what does a trial brief look like
A trial brief is a legal document often used by lawyers in court to summarize the particulars of an argument. The exact format of a trial brief may vary depending on the region, but the first page of the brief will usually name the plaintiff/s and defendant/s of the case. A trial brief is often formatted with sections such as the statement of the legal argument, an overview of facts relevant to the case, and a list and/or brief description of applicable statutes and regulations. You can find more information at http://www.it-lawyer.com/articles/files/ts_brief_leahy.shtml and http://home.mcn.net/~montanabw/briefsmpl.html; http://www.ask.com/wiki/Brief_%28law%29#United_States.