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Also refer to
the "Search Technique Information" for more search clues.
If you wish to search using special characters such as parentheses you must either use spaces where the special character is expected or do a literal search (i.e., if searching for 362(c) use either 362 c or "362(C)").
If you're looking for a certain judge's opinions search by their initials
(i.e., Alley fra, Brown tmb, Dunn rld,
Perris elp, Renn tmr).
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Adobe provides a "find" search field once a PDF file is opened to locate the search term within the opinion file.