Appellant’s opening brief concerning the case where the appellant is charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, careless driving, resisting arrest and obstruction of police.
The opening brief is the appellant’s written argument that tries to convince the Supreme Court that the Superior Court made a mistake in its decision that should be reversed. It is the first appeal brief in a three-part series.
Opening brief is a written argument by the appellant pointing out the mistakes made by the superior court while deciding a case. It also pleads for the reversal of the judgment. It is a single bound document containing specific sections.