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Revisions and Renumbering

Renumbering the Key Numbers in a Particular Topic

Here is an example where West editors have renumbered the key numbers in a particular topic.  In some instances, West editors revise and renumber topics to reflect new judicial developments within topics.  This headnote is taken from United States v. Waltzer, 682 F.2d 370 (2d. Cir. 1982). If one were to look at this headnote on WestlawNext, it would look like this:


If one were to look at this headnote in a West Reporter (Federal Reporter), it would look like this: 

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