Just curious on how most of you start your Prayer section in your briefs. Any examples would be great.
"Appellant's trial was without prejudicial error. The State prays Appellant's conviction and sentence be affirmed."
Appellant's trial was without prejudicial error.
The State prays that Appellant's conviction be affirmed.
We usually combine the conclusion and prayer under one common heading of (no surprises here) "Conclusion and Prayer."
A recent example: "The evidence at Appellant's trial was legally and factually sufficient to support the jury's verdict. The State prays that Appellant's conviction and sentence be affirmed."
"Dear God, please don't let me foul up . . ." Oh wait, y'all were talking about something else . . .
I do a combo Conclusion and Prayer:
"WHEREFORE, PREMISES CONSIDERED, the State prays that the judgment of the Trial Court be affirmed in all respects."
The State prays that Appellant's conviction and sentence be affirmed.
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