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Our experience with Supreme Court Press has been Excellent. Someone has always been available for even the most the trivial questions. we received practical tips and great advice that i believe assisted in ourefforts to get certiorari. Supreme Court Press never presented the company as merely a printer. Supreme Court Press has provides us with a place to go for all of our needs relating to this petiton.
Thank you. i'd also like to add, the Supreme Court Press, in my humble opinion, is a first rate operation. Our experience with them is that they are very knowledgeable about appellate court rules and extraordinarily professional.
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