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Mr. Derrick prepared
the following samples of his work product using Wordperfect software. When
written, each petition or brief conformed with the applicable Court rules and
was appropriately formatted for reproduction and timely filing by a printer
chosen after collaboration with the client. Conversion of this material to HTML
for this web site had modified the format and affected some formerly italicized
case names. However, the full text of each petition and brief remains intact;
one petition has been abridged for use here. Copies of any petition or brief as
filed with the Court are available upon request.
Blaisdell v. City of Rochester, U.S. Supreme Court No. 04-1(petition for certiorari GRANTED, judgment VACATED and case REMANDED to the First Circuit Court of Appeals, Blaisdell v. City of Rochester, 544 U.S. 957 (2005).
Stevens Creek Quarry, Incorporated v. Santa Clara County Commission et al., U.S. Supreme Court No. 00-491.(Amicus Curiae Brief).
Bentley et al. v. Lynn Water & Sewer Commn., 83 Mass. App. Ct. 1129 (2013).
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