(a) Form of Brief. A brief must be concise, logically arranged with proper headings, and free of irrelevant matter. The court may disregard a brief that does not comply with this rule.
(b) Appellant's Brief. At the beginning of the statement of the case, an appellant's brief must:
(1) describe the nature of the case and the relevant procedural history;
(2) identify the judge or agency official who rendered the decision being appealed from;
(3) indicate the disposition below; and
(4) cite the decision or supporting opinion, if reported
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