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Gardner v. Reindollar

Court of Appeals of Texas, Tenth District

January 16, 2014

MILTON L. GARDNER, Appellant
v.
KIMBERLY REINDOLLAR, Appellee

From the 77th District Court Limestone County, Texas Trial Court No. 30, 200-A

Before Chief Justice Gray, Justice Davis, and Justice Scoggins

ORDER

PER CURIAM

Appellee, Kimberly Reindollar, filed a motion to dismiss this appeal primarily due to the failure of appellant, Milton Gardner, to abide by the briefing rules of the Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure. See, e.g. Tex. R. App. P. 38.1. Reindollar's motion is denied.

Reindollar should file a brief in response to Gardner's brief that evidences her best effort to address the merits of Gardner's issues. This does not mean, however, that Reindollar is prevented from asserting as a ground for overruling an issue that the issue may be inadequately briefed. Nevertheless, even if Reindollar asserts an issue is inadequately briefed, she should still address the merits of the issue if at all possible.

In addition to responding to the merits of any of Reindollar's arguments in her brief, to the extent any argument is made in Reindollar's brief that an issue is inadequately briefed, Gardner will have 30 days to respond by supplementing his ...


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