Although the relevant statutes and regulations should already appear in the cert petition or its appendix, it is common to include them again in an appendix to the Brief for Petitioner
(88.) Brief for Petitioner
at 10-11, Expressions Hair Decision v.
(41.) See Brief for Petitioner
, supra note 6, at 10 (noting the percentage of underrepresented minorities in 1998); id.
(16.) Brief for Petitioner
, Graham, supra note 4, at *64; Brief for Petitioner
, Sullivan, supra note 4, at *55; see also Petition for Writ of Certiorari, Graham v.
 See, for example, Brief for Petitioner
, at 22;
He insists, however, that the term does not reach money or profits because, he says: "'interest,' by definition, includes of necessity an interest in something." Brief for Petitioner
(10) E.g., Brief for Petitioner
, supra note 6, at 65 (describing "the double standard adopted by the Air Force with respect to parenthood: fathers, but not mothers are welcome in the service").
[section] 921.002(1)(e) (2003)); Brief for Petitioner
at 12-23, Graham, 130 S.
(39.) See Brief for Petitioner
, supra note 12, at 19; Brief of Constitutional Law Scholars in Support of Petitioner at 14, Al-Marri v.
Although petitioner recognizes that Title VII gives the Commission broad "power to seek access to all evidence that may be 'relevant to the charge under investigation,'" Brief for Petitioner
38 (emphasis added), it contends that Title VII's subpoena enforcement provisions do not give the Commission an unqualified right to acquire such evidence.
[and] continuously duck[ing] below the seat level and then reappear[ing]." Brief for Petitioner
at 2, Wilson (No.
(28) See Reply Brief for Petitioners
at 2-4, NFIB, 132 S.