miscitation


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miscitation

(ˌmɪssaɪˈteɪʃən)
n
an erroneous citation
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This is arguably a miscitation of Hussey, as the Massachusetts ease involved two petit jurors who had served on the grand jury that had indicted the defendants, rather than jurors who had explicitly expressed an opinion as to the defendant's guilt during voir dire.
A common error in these forms is the miscitation of Florida Law Weekly, which is frequently abbreviated "FLW." The date of the opinion is also important in locating a case too recent for the official reporter and should not be omitted.