ASSIGNMENT: CITATION EXERCISE Please follow the boldface directions in each numbered question and provide corrected citations. For each of your answers, please list the Rules and/or page(s) of the ALWD Citation Manual where you found for your answer. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LOOK UP ANY OF THESE CITES UNLESS YOU ARE EXPRESSLY ASKED TO -- THEY ARE MOSTLY FICTITIOUS! Please use underscoring (underlining) when appropriate; do not use italics. Remember to use Courier type and left justification. Your separate answer sheet should be double-spaced to permit later corrections. Please bring to class 3 copies (one for each team member) plus one copy that you will turn in to me and which I will send to Starfleet Command via subspace radio. If you do not have enough information to correct a citation, please indicate the missing information with brackets (e.g., [date]) and place it in its proper location along with any necessary punctuation and/or underscoring. The names of all of the students working as a team on this collaborative assignment should appear on the top of the answer page. Remember, you are part of the collective, and resistance to learning citation is futile. MAKE IT SO! Page 2 of 6 ............................................................................................................................................................ QUESTION #1 For the following case, please supply the correct citation that you would use in a memorandum: The case of James Tiberius Kirk versus Jean-Luc Picard appears in the second series of the Atlantic Reporter, at volume 145, on page 290. It was decided in 1990 by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and was printed in their official reporter in volume 299, at page 211. Then supply a citation to the same case that would appear two sentences later, after a quotation from page 299 of that opinion, where no other citations intervene. QUESTION #2 Please provide a short form citation for the case cited in #1, using just the regional reporter, citing to page 292. Assume there are several intervening citations to other authorities. QUESTION #3 Please revise these textual sentences and/or citations: Gambling is prohibited by statute in the state of Arkansas. Section 4-21-98 of the Arkansas Code (1988). Sect. 4-21-98 prohibits all forms of gambling. (You should also see the following 1885 case that explains that statute -- STATE OF ARKANSAS V. GAMBLING OUTPOST #4, which appears in volume 101 of the Arkansas Supreme Court Reporter. That case begins on page 445, and the relevant text is found on pages 446 through 447). QUESTION #4 Page 3 of 6 Please revise the text and/or citations as it would appear in a memorandum: The court adopted an accountant-client privilege which had not been recognized by the Trial Court. Tyson v. Perdue, 767 N. W. 2d 312 (Wis. 1981). The Court reversed and remanded the case for a new trial in which all the accountant's testimony was to be excluded. ibid., 313. Page 4 of 6 -5QUESTION #5 Please correct this citation string: But see e.g., Gregory LeMond vs. Miguel Indurain, 541 P. 2d 299 (CO 1983) (quoting Montgomery Scott Engineering Associates, Inc. v. Geordi LaForge., 188 Mis. 122, 123, 11 So.2d 431, 432 (1959). See Worf Security Incorporated v. Ferengi Manufacturing Company, 211 Calif. 3d 190, 98 Calif. Reporter 431, 457 Pac. 2d 13 (1992). QUESTION #6 Please correct this sentence and textual citation: In Kathryn Janeway v. Starfleet Acad., 298 Maryland 312, 445 Atl. 2d 466 (Dec. 1986), this court articulated its standards for granting preliminary injunctions. QUESTION #7 Please correct this case citation, assuming it appears in a memorandum: Gandalf v. Sauron, 211 Florida App. Ct. 344, 490 S.E. 2d 652 (1973), affirmed, 566 Florida 412, 322 S.E. 788 (1974). QUESTION #8 Please correct this statutory citation: Iowa Annotated Code, section 345 (1987). -6QUESTION #9 Please correct this citation: Olivaw, Daneel, and Soong, Noonien, "Computer Software for the Positronic Brain as a Good Under the Uniform Commercial Code," vol. 78 of American Law Reports, 3rd series, page 498. QUESTION #10 Please find the necessary information in the library to turn this into a correct citation: Two authors wrote, “The Law of the Federation: Images of Law, Lawyers, and the Legal System in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” which appeared in some law review within the past ten years. LIVE LONG AND PROSPER!