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Rule 14 of the Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States provides that a petition for a writ of certiorari shall begin with a statement of the “…questions presented for review, expressed concisely in relation to the circumstances of the case, without unnecessary detail … .” Rule 24 of the Supreme Court Rules provides that merits briefs shall also begin with “the questions presented for review … set out on the first page following the cover, and no other information may appear on that page… .” The Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure provide in Rule 28 that the appellant’s brief must include a statement of the issues presented for review. The Local Rules for the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (L.A.R. 28.0) also provide that the appellant’s brief must include a statement of the issues presented for review.

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