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News: Sarah Spencer publishes article titled: "Is the Record Really Complete?"
The National Foundation for Judicial Excellence published a contributor article from Chrisentsen & Jensen's own Sarah Spencer in it's June publication.  Sarah's article "Is the Record Really Complete?: How Appellate Courts Consider New Evidence on Appeal" discusses some of the ways that additional information might reach the appellate court after a motion to supplement the record or under judicial notice.  The arcticle can be found here.
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