LAWLESS v. PITCHFORD

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LAWLESS v. PITCHFORD
1911 OK 404
126 P. 782
33 Okla. 633
Case Number: 1067
Decided: 11/14/1911
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

LAWLESS
v.
PITCHFORD.

Syllabus

¶0 APPEAL AND ERROR--Brief--Effect of Defects. Rule 25 of this court (20 Okla. xii, 95 P. viii) provides: "The brief shall contain the specifications of the errors complained of, separately set forth and numbered; the argument and authorities in support of each point relied on, in the same order." Held, that, where the brief does not substantially comply with this provision, the appeal will be dismissed.

Error from Craig County Court; Theodore D. B. Frear, Judge.

Action between P. J. Lawless and A. J. Pitchford, guardian. From the judgment, Lawless brings error.Dismissed.

Parker & Rider, for plaintiff in error
Paul F. Mackey, for defendant in error

WILLIAMS, J.

¶1 Rule 25 of this court (20 Okla. xii, 95 P. viii) provides in part as follows:

"The brief shall contain the specifications of the errors complained of, separately set forth and numbered; the argument and authorities in support of each point relied on, in the same order."

¶2 The brief of the plaintiff in error in no respect complies with the provisions of said rule.

¶3 The appeal is therefore dismissed.

¶4 TURNER, C. J., and HAYES, KANE, and DUNN, JJ., concur.