Monday, March 17, 2014
Ind. Law - N.E.2 phased out; or, marking a milestone in time
Prof. Joel Schumm sent me this note:
I think sometime earlier this year 999 N.E.2d filled and we now have N.E.3d. It's a little odd to see the citations in briefs and opinions.The ILB asked the crack librarians at the Supreme Court for the periods of time covered by NE, and NE2d. The quick response:
- 1st series Feb 24, 1885-Apr 2, 1936;
- 2d series Apr 1, 1936-Oct 28, 2013;
- 3d series Nov 6, 2012 [2012? West was catching up?]
1 N.E. 1 Feb. 24, 1885 filed (title page says July 17-Sep 25, 1885, though), begins with State ex rel. Ottenberger v. HawesMore on the 2nd series:
The 1st series ended with 200 N.E. 926 April 2, 1936, Avery v. Forand
1 N.E.2d 1 April 1, 1936, begins with Doyle v. GoldbergMore on the 3rd series
The 2nd series ended with 999 N.E.2d 1247, Advance sheet dated Jan 29, 2014, Spangler v. Stark County Dog Warden (Oct. 28, 2013) (Ohio)
The Ind. SCt Library has up to volume 996 in print for the 2d series.
1 N.E.3d 1 Advance sheet dated Feb. 5, 2014, People v. Mineau (Nov 6, 2012) (Illinois)Those of you who have never pulled down volumes of Reporters from the shelves may have trouble visualizing all this...
Posted by Marcia Oddi on March 17, 2014 02:50 PM
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