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To write an effective letter to a judge, use business style, list the purpose of the letter, make it easy to understand, and thoroughly proofread the final copy, according to The Law Dictionary. Use the judge's name, off... More »

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To write a letter to a judge, be professional and clearly state the reason for writing to the judge, advises The Law Dictionary. Be sure to state the correct title, name and address for the judge. More »

Writing effective letters of encouragement depends on knowing your audience, whether you’re writing to a specific individual or a group. In either case, careful attention to tone, diction and situation help ensure the re... More »

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A letter to a judge should be formatted in a professional style, according to The Law Dictionary. The envelope should be addressed to the judge utilizing his full name, the name of the court he presides over and his offi... More »

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To obtain a copy of a divorce decree, visit or write a letter to the office of vital statistics where the divorce occurred, explains the Law Dictionary. The divorced individuals and members of their immediate family may ... More »

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A professional letter to a court should be written in business-letter style and left-justified, the Law Dictionary advises. The information about the judge is first, followed by the sender's information and date of the l... More »

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When writing a letter to a judge before sentencing, the letter should be written as a business letter in professional form and should highlight the legitimate reasons why the defendant should not go to jail. A letter to ... More »

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