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Canon 1285

1. The defense briefs and observations are to be in writing

unless the judge with the consent of the parties decides that an

oral debate before the tribunal is sufficient. 2. If the defense briefs together with the principal documents are to be

printed, the prior authorization of the judge is required but

with the obligation of secrecy if it exists. 3. The regulations of the tribunal are to be observed as regards the length of

the defense briefs, the number of copies and other additional

matters of this kind.




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