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Certificate Of Service Of Anders Brief - Official Federal Forms

Certificate Of Service Of Anders Brief Form. This is a national form and can be used in 2nd Circuit Court Of Appeals Circuit Court Of Appeals .
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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF ANDERS BRIEF ON DEFENDANT TO: Defendant-Appellant _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ FROM: Counsel for Defendant-Appellant I have reviewed the record documents in your case and have carefully reviewed the law in light of the circumstances of your case. Unfortunately, I cannot find a meritorious ground to submit to the court of appeals on your behalf. Because I find no issues of merit for your direct appeal, I am filing a brief in your case pursuant to the decision of the United States Supreme Court in Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738 (1967). If counsel fails to find any meritorious issues after review of the record in a direct criminal appeal, counsel must file an Anders brief, referring to anything in the record that might arguably support the appeal. Counsel must serve a copy of the Anders brief on the appellant and advise appellant of his right to file his own brief to present additional issues or argument on appeal. The court will notify you of the deadline for any supplemental pro se brief you may wish to file in this case. If you choose to file a supplemental brief, it should be sent to the following address, with copies served on counsel: Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit 1100 East Main Street, Suite 501 Richmond, VA 23219-3517 ___________________________ Signature ________________________ Date American LegalNet, Inc.
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