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You Can Call Connecticut "The Sanserif State"


Added 01-18-20 12:21:02am EST - “Practice Book, Rules of Appellate Procedure, 67-2(a): Only the following two typefaces, of 12 point or larger size, are approved” - Reason.com

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Only the following two typefaces, of 12 point or larger size, are approved for use in briefs: arial and univers.

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