I have looked for this online, but have come up with inconsistent results. Here is one example from California:

Tsukroff v. Hedgeside Property & Inv. Co., California Superior Court, Napa County, case no. 26-25117 (order dated 01/19/05) (unpublished)

Can anyone confirm if this is correct? Since courts differ in their rules from one state to another, please provide several examples. If Bluebook has a point of view on this, I'd appreciate it if you would share that as well. Thanks in advance.


In the Federal Court's we's normally do something like:

Tsukroff v. Hedgeside Property & Inv. Co., No. 26-25117, Order (COURT ABBREVIATION, Jan. 19, 2005).

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  • Thanks for your response. What does "COURT ABBREVIATION" signify? – user913304 Aug 17 '16 at 3:27
  • Whatever the standard abbreviation is for the court in question. I don't the table handy but it's something like "Cal. Super. Ct." – user3344003 Aug 17 '16 at 16:41

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