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At an appellate oral argument, a judge who is not persuaded by an attorney’s argument may ask the attorney, “Counselor, do you have any authority for that proposition?” The citation of authority, along with ability to persuade appellate judges why existing authority compels a particular ruling in a given case, are the mainstays of a successful appellate practitioner.

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