References to the PageID record that follow the correct citation form are displayed to the review officer with an electronic link to the exact protocol page where the evidence is found. If the correct citation form is not followed, there is no link for the Court. Failure to provide correct PageID citations may result in the submission being rejected. Local Rule 10.9 and Local Criminal Rule 49.11 require registered attorneys to include references to case pages via PageID. The page ID can be found in the blue header of all electronically filed documents applied by the electronic filing system at the time of submission. This is a sequential pagination of the entire district court protocol, which uniquely identifies each page. Michigan Court Rules Practice – The text contains the information you need to deal with a Michigan rule or rule challenge. The set contains bound volumes of text with commentaries and case notes. Text discussions include: In addition, any submission that references any portion of another file in the Western District of Michigan must be preceded by the 13-digit file number for that other case (e.g., 1:15-cv-99999 PageID.234). To refer to an annex filed together with a main document (e.g. a pleading with evidence attached) and also to provide an electronic link to the evidence for the bailiff, refer to the appendix with the same description recorded at the time of filing. To reference a page in the folder by PageID, it is important to follow the PageID Cite Form: Administrative Order No.

form. 16-MS-017, Reference to the Protocol of the Court Administrative Order No. 16-MS-018, Social Security Remedies.