The Superior Court of Pennsylvania tossed out a woman’s appeal of her divorce case last week after finding she had violated civil procedural rules by flooding the court with an “excessive” number of appellate issues in statements that were “lengthy and unmanageable.”

In its opinion rejecting Carol A. Jones’ appeal, the state appeals court panel didn’t address the merits of Jones v. Jones because it found her procedural violations had effectively waived all the appellate issues she asked the court to review.

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