November 28, 2011
- 30 Appeal and Error
- 30XII Briefs
- 30k758 Specification of Errors
- 30k758.3 Requisites and Sufficiency
- 30k758.3(1) k. In General.
In the statement of the issues on appeal, every ground of appeal ought to be so distinctly stated that the reviewing court may at once see the point which it is called upon to decide without having to “grope in the dark” to ascertain the precise point at issue.
Jones v. Lott, 692 S.E.2d 900 (S.C. 2010)
Suggested by Valerie Garber, Principal Attorney Editor, Westlaw