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Interesting page. But in the legal briefs that I have been doing for about the last ten years, to all court from superior to U. S. Supreme I have come to the conclusion that the better way to cite is to use all of the publications from say, --- US---, --- L Ed2d ---, --- S Ct and if there is one, ---ALR4th /Fed ---. But I place all of this information at the bottom of the page as fotnotes, in 10 point rather than fill my legal pleading with junk that makes my arguments harder to read. Each citatin is then numbered through the whole document. Citations actually break up the flow of one's argument. I suggest that it be tried. I think judges would fast get used to not having to skip over legal citations just to read one's legal mumbo jumbo. And it takes up less space in the long run so with page limitations always being a problem (read pain in the ass) space is always at a premium. David Wertheimer