This is an 80-page, 14,000 word appellate brief, in a pleasing Verdana 11.5 font. The author has 25 years experience writing appellate briefs, so your job will be difficult as there aren't many errors. But the author's goal is no errors!
I am NOT looking for stylistic changes. Don't change my citation forms and conventions. Don't ask me to capitali...
Skills: administrative support, computer skills, data entry
A whopping 2,044 pages /50= 40.8 x 35 = 1,428,plus the 5 dollars from before comes to $1,433.
You can skip telling me where motions are or anything like that. I've got a great indexed system.
Don't mention exhibits numbers/letters
Don't mention questions where objection sustained..obviously don't put answers if they answered.
I need someone who can finish proofreading this brief by Friday, November 28th. It's in Microsoft Word 2013. I would like to have the comments made by using comment boxes, not redlining or striking out. I don't want you to rewrite or give me a finished product. Just point out mistakes or confusions in comment boxes.
This client got sandbagged. In the middle of trial, the DA suddenly realized a SIM card (or SD card, IDK what's the right term) was found on his person but was left off the police report. Apparently it was listed as inventory of the room...but actually was seized from his person. So that's all I know. As usual ...