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Our briefs typically include the procedural disposition as the last sentence of the Holding and Reasoning section. Likewise, the procedural history is typically covered in the last sentence or two of the Facts section.
However, if the casebook excerpt doesn't provide the procedural history or disposition, then we will omit that information. Our case briefs are keyed only to what's in the casebook and not the full-text opinion.
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