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  • How do you cite a court case document in MLA format?
  • Asked By: Bailey (2562 days ago, 1 answers )



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You would want to cite the case name first. For example, Doe vs Doe. Then you need to cite the page number of the reference that you found the case along with the date of the publication, etc. Something likes this:

Doe v. Doe. 261 Federal Supplement 58. U.S. Supreme Court. 19 Jan. 2001. Print.

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