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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Sometimes size matters

This joke practically writes itself, but a motion for an enlarged brief has been filed in the Sen. Larry Craig case.

Truth be told, it's the Metropolitan Airports Commission, not Senator Craig, with the apparent problem in its brief size. The MAC says it needs the extra room to address all the novel issues raised by Craig and his amici in their briefs.

"Despite honest efforts, I am unable to abbreviate the text to the extent required by the Minnesota Rules of Appellate Procedure while giving proper attention to the issues raised by both factions in this appeal, and I wish to provide the Court with all information and analysis necessary to make an informed decision," writes the MAC's attorney, Christopher P. Renz.

No word yet from Craig on his stance on this. It is widely expected that he will be understanding of the difficulties inherent in trying to keep within a very confined space.

1 comment:

Who Am Us Anyway? said...

I hope his motion is not misconstrued