Posted by Two Cities on September 17, 1998 at 12:10:07:
In Reply to: Dan Meador's essay deserves to have its own heading here. posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 16, 1998 at 21:36:22:
The officially published website for
the Washington court system suggests two
branches (at least) of courts.
In one branch it is impossible to find any
address references to foreign country. It is as if
they assume, that a mailing inside the state,
does not need to specify the state (country), but
is assumed to be domestic. (that kind of domestic).
Not a postal code in sight. The other branch certainly in WA.
Now in Europe, if you would go out and drop a mailing in a box,
and it was domestic, no one would think of writing London, UK.
London would be more than adequate.
The local municipal Ordinances mentions "another court in the same city".
So does a "Supreme Court of the United States" coexist with
a "United States Supreme Court" as well?
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