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Appeal Instructions re: 161 Notice of Appeal by ROBERT P SMITH JR. The Transcript Request Form is available on the Internet at **PLEASE NOTE** Separate forms must be filed for each court reporter. Transcript Order Form due by 3/15/2011. (cc ROBERT P SMITH, JR) (tl)

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STATE OF FLORIDA et al v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES et al Doc. 165 Instructions for Completing the Electronic Version of the Eleventh Circuit Transcript Information Form An electronic version of the Transcript Order Information Form is available on the Northern District of Florida website. The following instructions and guidance are provided: 1. Click on the link below to obtain the Transcript Order Information Form from the Northern District of Florida website: Complete the form electronically using Adobe Acrobat or other PDF editor. The form should be signed using the s/ name convention for electronic signatures. Save the completed form as a PDF document (using the full version of Adobe Acrobat, PDF 995, etc.) or "print" the completed form to a PDF file (using programs which only have PDF print capabilities). The save option is preferred since it then allows the court reporter to complete their portions electronically. File the form electronically with the district court using the CM/ECF system. From the main CM/ECF menu select: Civil or Criminal Events; Appeal Documents; Transcript Request Appeal Part I 5. After the transcript information form is efiled, use the notice of electronic filing to access the PDF image of the form and print it for the following step. This version of the document contains the case number, filing date, and document number information in a header along the top, if you have that feature enabled. Mail the printed form to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals; 56 Forsyth Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30303. Your transcript information form will automatically be emailed to the court reporter when the form is efiled with the court. Follow the prompts during the event. *** Please note, if the court reporter is a contract reporter, a hard copy of the form will need to be mailed to that particular reporter. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

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