Preparing the Petition. The petition must be typed or neatly written, and you must sign and date it under
penalty of perjury. A false statement may lead to prosecution.
All questions must be answered clearly and concisely in the space on the form. If needed, you may attach
additional pages or file a memorandum in support of the petition. If you attach additional pages, number the
pages and identify which section of the petition is being continued. Note that some courts have page limitations.
All filings must be submitted on paper sized 8½ by 11 inches. Do not use the back of any page.
Supporting Documents. In addition to your petition, you must send to the court a copy of the decisions you are
challenging and a copy of any briefs or administrative remedy forms filed in your case