A character letter to a judge should include the judge's name and title, information about who you are, information about how you met the defendant, specific good deeds that you have seen the defendant do and how an inca... More »

At minimum, a character reference addressed to a judge should provide the name of the defendant or petitioner whom the reference letter is about, the nature of the legal decision the judge must decide, a requested outcom... More »

As of September 2015, websites for Michael P. Maddux, P.A., The Law Office of H. Michael Steinberg, and Broden, Mickelsen, Helms & Snipes offer sample character letters to judges. At the Maddux site, the Character Letter... More »

A sample character letter written to a judge should include a brief introduction, information on the subject's character based on experience and an invitation to contact the writer with further inquiries. Never give info... More »

At minimum, a character reference addressed to a judge should provide the name of the defendant or petitioner whom the reference letter is about, the nature of the legal decision the judge must decide, a requested outcom... More »

According to Emily Post, a letter to a Supreme Court judge is addressed using "The Chief Justice" without a name or "Justice" with the last name. The full name of the court is under the name, followed by the address. More »

Writing a notification letter starts with writing the date and the recipient’s name beginning with their professional title. Explain the motivation behind the notification letter; this explanation should be kept brief, c... More »