Q #1: What if I use line numbers in my citations in the document to be linked (brief, motion, petition, or etc.).
Can HyperCite accommodate line numbers?
A: HyperCite can process documents to be linked that contain line numbers citations. However, the practitioner must follow
some specific guidelines. These guidelines are in addition to guidelines specified in the first question of this FAQ.
Anatomy of a simple citation containing line numbers: (1 C.T. p. 103:25-104:5, 125:15-126:34, 201-203, 2991:15-25.)
The numbers in red are line numbers. Numbers in
black are page numbers. A practitioner MUST use
A colon, and only a colon, to indicate line numbers
Commas in blue above signify the end of one page
and line number combination and the beginning of
new combination. A practitioner MUST use a
comma, and only a comma, between one page and
line number combination and another.